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Lessig, Lawrence. Code 2.
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From the Preface: "This is a translation of an old book—indeed, in Internet time, it is a translation of an ancient text. Code v2 was written in part through a collaborative Wiki. Code v2 is the result. So too is the derivative. Reflecting the contributions of the community to this new work, all royalties have been dedicated to Creative Commons. You can download the full text in PDF form. And obviously, you can also buy the book at the links to the right.
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It is a troubling book, and one that needs to be taken seriously. The nation's leading scholar of cyberspace has produced a paradigm-shifting work that will transform the debate about the architecture of cyberspace. Lessig challenges us to make choices about freedom, privacy, intellectual property, and technology that most of us didn't recognize as choices in the first place. This dark, exhilarating work is the most important book of its generation about the relationship between law, cyberspace, and social organization. Lessig's ideas are deep and insightful, and they will shape the way the future develops. He is a master at seeing the important ideas lurking behind things we all take for granted. Lemley, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley "Lawrence Lessig exposes the limits of prevailing views about how cyberspace is and is not regulated, and makes a compelling case for the urgency of learning to transcend those limits.
Code : And Other Laws of Cyberspace. Lawrence Lessig. There's a common belief that cyberspace cannot be regulated—that it is, in its very essence, immune from the government's or anyone else's control. Code argues that this belief is wrong. That code can create a place of freedom—as the original architecture of the Net did—or a place of exquisitely oppressive control. If we miss this point, then we will miss how cyberspace is changing. Under the influence of commerce, cyberpsace is becoming a highly regulable space, where our behavior is much more tightly controlled than in real space.
Every age has its potential regulator, its threat to liberty. Our founders feared a newly empowered federal government; the Constitution is written against that fear. John Stuart Mill worried about the regulation by social norms in nineteenth-century England; his book On Liberty is written against that regulation. Many of the progressives in the twentieth century worried about the injustices of the market. The reforms of the market, and the safety nets that surround it, were erected in response. Ours is the age of cyberspace.
Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace. By Lawrence Lessig. New York: Basic Books,. pp. ISBN X. From time to time a book is published.
Code Is Law
Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace is a book by Lawrence Lessig on the structure and nature of regulation of the Internet. The primary idea of the book, as expressed in the title, is the notion that computer code or "West Coast Code", referring to Silicon Valley regulates conduct in much the same way that legal code or "East Coast Code", referring to Washington, D. The book includes a discussion of the implications for copyright law , arguing that cyberspace changes not only the technology of copying but also the power of law to protect against illegal copying. It goes so far as to argue that code displaces the balance in copyright law and doctrines such as fair use.
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Code: Version 2. The book is an update to Lessig's book Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace ,  which was written in response and opposition to the notion that state governments could not regulate cyberspace and the Internet. The original argument that Lessig took issue with was weakened in the years following the book's release, as it became widely acknowledged that government regulation of the Internet was imminent, and so the author thought it necessary to update the work. Lessig acknowledges that there are those who continue to disagree with his viewpoint, but adamantly maintains that the Internet will increasingly evolve in a more regulable direction. The book is dedicated to Wikipedia with the words: .
Home Special Issues Special Issue 17 3. Will we Succeed in Making the The Expansion of Algorithmic Gove With the advent of Blockchain and Machine Learning, we are witnessing a new trend, whereby technology is progressively taking the upper-hand over these rules. And yet, their governance is very far from the values of democratic countries.
Edit this page. This Chapter provides an overview of how the internet and its users are regulable. It starts by explaining how the internet technically operates, including the different layers of the internet, and how the internet is a decentralised network of networks. The Chapter then explains how early internet enthusiasts, like John Perry Barlow, heralded the internet as a new frontier free from regulation. This Chapter concludes by outlining some the challenges of enforcing law in the decentralised online environment, some of which we will explore in later Chapters.
Law in Code. Lawrence Lessig†. Cyberspace has an architecture; its code — the software and At the core of the original design of the Internet is a different.
Она поняла: все дело в деньгах. Она перенеслась мыслями в тот вечер, когда президент Джорджтаунского университета предложил Дэвиду повышение - должность декана факультета лингвистики. Президент объяснил, что преподавательских часов будет меньше, бумажной работы больше, - но гораздо выше будет и жалованье. Сьюзан хотелось закричать: Дэвид, не соглашайся.
В связи с одной из таких работ он и познакомился со Сьюзан. В то прохладное осеннее утро у него был перерыв в занятиях, и после ежедневной утренней пробежки он вернулся в свою трехкомнатную университетскую квартиру. Войдя, Дэвид увидел мигающую лампочку автоответчика.
Хейл бросил взгляд на коммандера и Сьюзан, затем достал из кармана бумажник, извлек из него крохотную каталожную карточку и прочитал то, что было на ней написано. Еще раз убедившись, что Сьюзан и коммандер поглощены беседой, Хейл аккуратно нажал пять клавиш на клавиатуре ее компьютера, и через секунду монитор вернулся к жизни. - Порядок, - усмехнулся. Завладеть персональными кодами компьютеров Третьего узла было проще простого. У всех терминалов были совершенно одинаковые клавиатуры.
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