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The references are sometimes vague and not apparent to the reader.
The book is intelligently and well written, and a must read for those who have a serious interest in the future of our civiliation.
In real space these four components regulate environments, but in cyberspace they regulate behavior and code, or architecture.
Code 2.0 is a second edition of Lessigs earlier work sharing the same title. Lessig tells us in the introduction that the argument from the first book remains but this attempt of a... Read morePublished 18 days ago by curtis
The book Code 2.0, by Lawrence Lessig, arguments are made regarding the believed contrast between internet and “real life” lives and about how the internet... Read more
Code 2.0 Summary
The Internet is a medium through which the individual is provided with both extreme freedom and complete control. As Lessig suggests in Code 2. Read more
Code 2.0 is a new and improved version that Lawrence Lessig uses to describe how managing copyright for the digital age will have an impact on our lives in the future. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Will Beuerlein
The Internet and code have been in existence for my entire life. It has always been a popular belief that due to the nature of the cyberspace and the web, it cannot be subject to... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Chris Gregory
Throughout Code 2.0 Lessing attempt’s to explain how the real world uses the architecture of code (a set of instructions that programs the computer that allows the user to perform... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Code 2.0 by Lessig takes on the difficult task of defining code. Code is a regulator. It acts as a form of architecture that regulates behavior in cyberspace. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amelia
Code 2.0: Limited Regulation
In Code 2.0, Lawrence Lessig argues that in order to protect freedom and our societal values on the internet, it is imperative that we increase... Read more
In Lawrence Lessig’s book Code 2.0, he describes the system of laws and architecture behind the Internet, as well as in the world of cyberspace. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Larissa Albright