Lawrence Lessig was not pleased when Liberation Music persuaded YouTube to take down one of his online lectures because of an alleged copyright violation. So Lessig, one of the most famous copyright attorneys in the world, decided to take a stand against broad, intimidating takedown notices.
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25 September, 2010, Louisville, KY: Keynote given at the Coffee Party’s Conference, launching the "mock constitutional convention" that I hosted with Mark McKinnon. This extends the argument for Citizen Funded Elections, linking the movement to what I have elsewhere called "neo-progressives."
Glenn Greenwald from Salon.com and Lawrence Lessig from Change Congress on Bloggingheads.tv.
- Glenn and Larry’s fight: From acrimony to apologies (08:51)
- Does Kagan hold Bush-Cheney views of executive power? (10:14)
- Kagan on detaining enemy combatants (07:37)
- Are open and honest nomination hearings impossible? (08:50)
- Has Obama sold out? (08:54)
- How to fight the central threat to America (08:47)
By Lawrence Lessig.
Talk given at Tokyo University October 5, 2009. This is a plea for scientists to be skeptical about presumptions about how IP should regulate it, and a bit about the work (the GREAT work) of Science Commons in this space.
First Monday Podcast interviews Lawrence Lessig about his new book Remix: Making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy. Podcast Editors AJ Hannah and Joy Austria take on Remix - what worked, what didn’t and what ideas were left out of the mix. Lastly, Jennifer Kelley reviews NPR: Technology Podcast.
Lawrence Lessig’s keynote given at the OFC Conference in San Diego, CA. This is a revision of a REMIX talk, distinguishing between parts of the 20th Century that were RO and parts that were RW.
Obama has awoken a once in a century passion for reform. What will it take to make it work? What would "work" mean?
Lawrence Lessig, Stanford Law School
Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy by Lawrence Lessig, Shepard Fairey and Steven Johnson
What is the future for art and ideas in an age when practically anything can be copied, pasted, downloaded, sampled, and re-imagined?
LIVE from the NYPL and WIRED Magazine kick off the Spring 2009 season with a spirited discussion of the emerging remix culture. Our guides through this new world—who will take us from Jefferson’s Bible to André the Giant to Wikipedia—will be Lawrence Lessig, author of Remix, founder of Creative Commons, and one of the leading legal scholars on intellectual property issues in the Internet age; acclaimed street artist Shepard Fairey, whose iconic Obama "HOPE" poster was recently acquired by the National Portrait Gallery; and cultural historian Steven Johnson, whose new book, The Invention of Air, argues that remix culture has deep roots in the Enlightenment and among the American founding fathers.
A discussion between Lawrence Lessig and Jeff Tweedy moderated by Steven Johnson. Recorded live at the New York Public Library on April 7 2005.
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The tractor belongs to everyone.
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