Free Culture

Version 2004-02-10

Lawrence Lessig


Table of Contents
1. Info
2. PREFACE
3. INTRODUCTION
4. "PIRACY"
4.1. CHAPTER ONE: Creators
4.2. CHAPTER TWO: "Mere Copyists"
4.3. CHAPTER THREE: Catalogs
4.4. CHAPTER FOUR: "Pirates"
4.4.1. Film
4.4.2. Recorded Music
4.4.3. Radio
4.4.4. Cable TV
4.5. CHAPTER FIVE: "Piracy"
4.5.1. Piracy I
4.5.2. Piracy II
5. "PROPERTY"
5.1. CHAPTER SIX: Founders
5.2. CHAPTER SEVEN: Recorders
5.3. CHAPTER EIGHT: Transformers
5.4. CHAPTER NINE: Collectors
5.5. CHAPTER TEN: "Property"
5.5.1. Why Hollywood Is Right
5.5.2. Beginnings
5.5.3. Law: Duration
5.5.4. Law: Scope
5.5.5. Law and Architecture: Reach
5.5.6. Architecture and Law: Force
5.5.7. Market: Concentration
5.5.8. Together
6. PUZZLES
6.1. CHAPTER ELEVEN: Chimera
6.2. CHAPTER TWELVE: Harms
6.2.1. Constraining Creators
6.2.2. Constraining Innovators
6.2.3. Corrupting Citizens
7. BALANCES
7.1. CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Eldred
7.2. CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Eldred II
8. CONCLUSION
9. AFTERWORD
9.1. US, NOW
9.1.1. Rebuilding Freedoms Previously Presumed: Examples
9.1.2. Rebuilding Free Culture: One Idea
9.2. THEM, SOON
9.2.1. 1. More Formalities
9.2.2. 2. Shorter Terms
9.2.3. 3. Free Use Vs. Fair Use
9.2.4. 4. Liberate the Music--Again
9.2.5. 5. Fire Lots of Lawyers
10. NOTES
11. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS