The Public Domain
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Preface: Comprised of at Least Jelly?
Chapter 1: Why Intellectual Property?
You’ll Get My Library of Congress When . . .
Chapter 1: Further Reading
Chapter 2: Thomas Jefferson Writes a Letter
The Jefferson Warning
A Natural Right?
A Tradition of Skeptical Minimalism
Chapter 2: Further Reading
Chapter 3: The Second Enclosure Movement
How Much of the Intangible Commons Should We Enclose?
Chapter 3: Further Reading
Chapter 4: The Internet Threat
The Logic of Perfect Control
Costless Copying Brings Both Costs and Benefits
The Holes Matter as Much as the Cheese
From Napster to Grokster
Chapter 4: Further Reading
Chapter 5: The Farmers’ Tale: An Allegory
Between Paranoia and Reality: The DMCA
Infectious Speech: The DMCA and Freedom of Expression
The Apple of Forbidden Knowledge: The DMCA and Competition
Summing Up: Exaggerations, Half-Truths, and Bipolar Disorders in Technology Policy
Chapter 5: Further Reading
The DMCA and DRM
The DMCA and Freedom of Expression
Chapter 6: I Got a Mashup
I Got A Woman
An Industry of Gold Diggers
George Bush Doesn’t Care . . .
Chapter 6: Further Reading
Music and Copyright Law
The People and the Music
Chapter 7: The Enclosure of Science and Technology: Two Case Studies
A Machine that Contains All Other Machines
Chapter 7: Further Reading
Chapter 8: A Creative Commons
Free and Open Software
Learning from the Sharing Economy
Chapter 8: Further Reading
Free and Open Source Software
Chapter 9: An Evidence-Free Zone
Does Public Information Want To Be Free?
Breaking the Deal
Chapter 9: Further Reading
Publicly Generated Information
Sound Recording Rights
Chapter 10: An Environmentalism for Information
Learning from Environmentalism
Chapter 10: Further Reading