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Read online Por una cultura libre: cómo los grandes medios de comunicación utilizan la tecnología y la ley para clausurar la cultura y controlar la creatividad.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Por una cultura libre: cómo los grandes medios de comunicación utilizan la tecnología y la ley para clausurar la cultura y controlar la creatividad Demu strame que hace falta que la cultura sea regulada Demu strame que produce un bien Y mientras no puedas demostrarme estas dos cosas que tus abogados no se acerquen Extra a afirmaci n para un autor que es un reconocido abogado Con esta retadora invitaci n termina Lessig este libro llamado a convertirse en un cl sico manual de guerrilla contra el reiterado victimismo de la industria cultural frente al problema de la llamada pirater a En estas p ginas se describe un recorrido hist rico singular que est transformando el antiguo r gimen de la cultura libre en el que la pr ctica totalidad de los conocimientos y de los bienes culturales estaban disponibles para animar nuevas innovaciones a una cultura del permiso y de la restricci n Efectivamente la innovaci n cultural y la creatividad se ven amenazadas por limitaciones cada vez m s severas alargamiento temporal de los derechos de autor extensi n de la necesidad de permisos para un mayor n mero de usos de las obras creativas multiplicaci n de las sanciones y penas por violaciones menores de las leyes de propiedad intelectual criminalizaci n de las redes de intercambio p p Restricciones que se aplican a todos los creadores exceptuando claro est aquellos grupos medi ticos que poseen suficientes recursos y derechos como para hacerlos valer frente a sus competidores En definitiva em Por una cultura libre em es un alegato a favor de la libertad de crear frente a la imposici n de monopolios de uso sobre nuestro patrimonio cultural by Lawrence Lessig

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Por una cultura libre: cómo los grandes medios de comunicación utilizan la tecnología y la ley para clausurar la cultura y controlar la creatividad
Title:Por una cultura libre: cómo los grandes medios de comunicación utilizan la tecnología y la ley para clausurar la cultura y controlar la creatividad
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No description available, No description available, No description available, Something is clearly rotten in our Republic Americans have lost faith in their politicians to a greater degree than ever resigning themselves to the best Congress money can buy as the comic Will Rogers once put it It doesn t matter whether they are Democrats or Republicans people are disillusioned and angry as hell They feel like outsiders in their own nation powerless over their own lives blocked from having a real voice in how they are governed br br But all of this can change we have the power Lawrence Lessig the renowned Harvard Law School professor political activist and author of the bestselling Republic Lost presents a clear eyed bipartisan manifesto for revolution just when we need it the most One Way Forward is a rousing eloquent and ultimately optimistic call to action for Americans of all political persuasions Notable in these viciously partisan times Lessig pitches his address equally to Occupy Wall Streeters Tea Party Patriots independents anarchists and baffled citizens of the American middle Despite our serious political differences he argues we can and must change the system for the better br br At the core of our government Lessig says is a legal corruption In other words money The job of politics has been left to a tiny slice of Americans who dominate campaign finance and exert a disproportionate influence on lawgivers as a result This he writes is a dynamic that would be obvious to Tony Soprano or Michael Corleone but that is sometimes obscure to political scientists a protection racket that flourishes while our Republic burns br br We don t need to destroy wealth Lessig declares We need to destroy the ability of wealth to corrupt our politics br br With the common sense idealism of his hero Henry David Thoreau Lessig shows how Americans can take back their country and he provides a concrete and surprisingly practical set of instructions for doing it br br In a season where Americans are poised between the hope for real change and the fear that once again they won t get it One Way Forward charts a course to a thrillingly new American future in which every citizen has a voice that matters no matter how fat his or her wallet br br ABOUT THE AUTHOR br br Lawrence Lessig is the director of the Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University and the Roy L Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School His most recent book is Republic Lost an attack on the destructive influence of special interest money on American politics He is also the author of Code and other Laws of Cyberspace The Future of Ideas Free Culture Code Version and Remix Making Art and Culture Thrive in the Hybrid Economy He is a founding board member of Creative Commons and serves on the board of Maplight