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<BR><HR><BR> <TOC> Contents Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: A Moment of Opportunity and Challenge Part I. The Networked Information Economy 2. Some Basic Economics of Information Production and Innovation 3. Peer Production and Sharing 4. The Economics of Social Production Part II. The Political Economy of Property and Commons 5. Individual Freedom: Autonomy, Information, and Law 6. Political Freedom Part 1: The Trouble with Mass Media 7. Political Freedom Part 2: Emergence of the Networked Public Sphere 8. Cultural Freedom: A Culture Both Plastic and Critical 9. Justice and Development 10. Social Ties: Networking Together Part III. Policies of Freedom at a Moment of Transformation 11. The Battle Over the Institutional Ecology of the Digital Environment 12. Conclusion: The Stakes of Information Law and Policy Notes Index
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Computer networks -- Social aspects.
Computer networks -- Economic aspects.