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1 Internet-Induced Constraints on Freedoms: The Implications for Innovation Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy, Canberra Visiting Fellow, Dept of Computer Science, ANU National Office for the Information Economy Canberra, 9 July 2002

2 Information wants to be free - Stewart Brand, 1984 Everything you know about I.P. is wrong. There is a new economy of mind. Information wants to change - J.P. Barlow, 1994 The likely best course for content providers is to distribute I.P. free in order to sell services and relationships - Esther Dyson, 1995 The Clinton Administration plans to make illegal the browsing of a borrowed book, lending a magazine to a friend, and copying a news article for your files, for works distributed via digital networks - Pam Samuelson, 1996 In the Network Economy, follow the free - Kevin Kelly 97

3 There will be no property in cyberspace. Behold DotCommunism. For ideas, fame is fortune. And nothing makes you famous faster than an audience willing to distribute your work for free - J.P. Barlow, 00 Copyright today is less about incentives or compensation than it is about control - Jessica Litman, 2001 Copyright law was designed to provide incentives for innovation, but is now a weapon against creativity - Larry Lessig, 2001 The problem isnt copying, but distribution- Ernest Miller, 2002 (with Joan Feigenbaum)

4 Info Flows Within the Innovative Organisation

5 Info Flows Within the Innovative Sector

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