Law in the Internet Society

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 One theme that has emerged throughout this course is how the commodification of information stifles access to knowledge. As somebody with regular access to high-speed (wired) internet and virtually unlimited resources at my disposal at Columbia University, it’s easy for me to imagine how my distant relatives in the slums of India are immediately at a disadvantage to me – not because they are any less capable, but simply because they lack reliable access to the web and its world of information.

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