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Lawrence Lessig's 'Remix' For The Hybrid Economy

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Lawrence Lessig's 'Remix' For The Hybrid Economy

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Lawrence Lessig's 'Remix' For The Hybrid Economy

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Lawrence Lessig's previous books include Free Culture and The Future of Ideas. hide caption

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In his new book Remix, law professor Lawrence Lessig explores the changing landscape of intellectual property in the digital age — and argues that antiquated copyright laws should be updated.

Lessig is a columnist for Wired and the chair of Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization that promotes the legal sharing, repurposing and remixing of creative work.

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Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy

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