Release 2.0: Issue 3
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What makes the Net great is also precisely what makes it so dangerous. The virtual world is becoming so similar to the real one that some think the overt laws, or at least agreed-upon rules, may be necessary for the Net to survive in its current open form. If the internet can be ruined by everything from criminals to overzealous politicians responding to those criminals, then how can it be saved?
We explore this issue in Release 2.0: Issue 3.
Other topics in this issue:
Listening to Lawrence Lessig - The man who started it all considers hard, thinks hard, and worries hard - about what code and the law can do.
Open APIs Aren't Open Source - Six lessons for developers
From Audience to Producer - It may not be news to you, but it's news to someone.
Ambiguity is a Feature, Not a Bug - A new way to think about code
Test the closed alpha on paperc.com