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TED Video: Great discussion of creative freedom

I really enjoyed this video from the TED conference of Stanford professor Larry Lessig discussing creative freedom.  He draws some analogies from the impact of other technological changes on the law.  It makes a good case that we need to change how we look at copyright law, both in terms of making sure we harness creative freedom while not trampling on the rights owners.  And, it's entertaining.  Definitely worth watching.



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