Information Doesn't Want to Be Free: Laws for the Internet Age

  • 5h 5m 24s
  • Cory Doctorow
  • Blackstone Audio, Inc. dba Blackstone Publishing
  • 2014
This audio edition offers a vivid guide to the ways creativity and the Internet interact today, and to what might be coming next.

In this Audiobook

  • Part 1 - Doctorow's First Law
  • Chapter 1.0
  • Chapter 1.1 - Anti-Circumvention Explained
  • Chapter 1.2 - Is This Copyright Protection?
  • Chapter 1.3 - So This is Copy Protection?
  • Chapter 1.4 - Digital Locks Always Break
  • Chapter 1.5 - Understanding General-Purpose Computers
  • Chapter 1.6 - Rootkits Everywhere
  • Chapter 1.7 - Appliances
  • Chapter 1.8 - Proto-Appliances: The Inkjet Wars
  • Chapter 1.9 - Worse Than Nothing
  • Chapter 2.0 - Doctorow's Second Law
  • Chapter 2.1 - Good at Spreading Copies, Good at Spreading Fame
  • Chapter 2.2 - An Audience Machine
  • Chapter 2.3 - Getting People to Care about Your Work
  • Chapter 2.4 - Content isn't King
  • Chapter 2.5 - How Do I Get People to Pay Me?
  • Chapter 2.6 - Does This Mean You Should Ditch Your Investor and Go Indie?
  • Chapter 2.7 - Love
  • Chapter 2.8 - The New Intermediaries
  • Chapter 2.9 - Intermediary Liability
  • Chapter 2.10 - Notice and Takedown
  • Chapter 2.11 - So What's Next?
  • Chapter 2.12 - More Intermediary Liability, Fewer Checks and Balances
  • Chapter 2.13 - Disorganized Channels are Good for Creators
  • Chapter 2.14 - Freedom Can Be Expensive, but Censorship Costs Us the World
  • Chapter 3.0 - Doctorow's Third Law
  • Chapter 3.1 - What the Copyfight is About
  • Chapter 3.2 - Two Kinds of Regulation
  • Chapter 3.3 - Anti-Tank Mines and Land Mines
  • Chapter 3.4 - Who's Talking?
  • Chapter 3.5 - Censorship Doesn't Solve Problems
  • Chapter 3.6 - The Problem with Cutting Off Access
  • Chapter 3.7 - Copyright and Human Rights
  • Chapter 3.8 - A World Made of Computers
  • Chapter 3.9 - Renewability: Digital Locks' Sinister Future
  • Chapter 3.10 - A World of Control and Surveillance
  • Chapter 3.11 - What Copyright Means in the Information Age
  • Chapter 3.12 - Copyright: Fit for Purpose
  • Chapter 3.13 - Term Extension versus Samplers
  • Chapter 3.14 - What Works?
  • Chapter 3.15 - Copyright's Not Dead
  • Chapter 3.16 - Every Pirate Wants to Be an Admiral
  • Chapter 3.17 - It's Different This Time
  • Chapter 3.18 - All Revolutions are Bloody
  • Chapter 3.19 - Cathedrals versus the Protestant Reformation
  • Chapter 3.20 - Three-Hundred-Million-Dollar Movies
  • Chapter 3.21 - What is Copyright for?
  • Chapter 4.0 - Epilogue
  • Chapter 4.1 - What Does the Future Hold?
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