Free Culture Freed

/ 2 April 2004

Lawrence Lessig’s new book, Free Culture, was published with a Creative Commons license with allows for derivative works. The result has been an amazing flurry of derivatives, including an audio version launched by AKMA. Does this demonstrate in any way a relationship between freeing content and creativity? Are we well served by dozens of versions of Lessig’s work? Are we diminishing his own incentive to create?

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