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Published on Jan 27, 2010
Berkman Faculty Fellow and HLS Visiting Professor Julie Cohen explores the effects of expanding copyright, pervasive surveillance, and the increasingly opaque design of network architectures in the emerging networked information society. Based on a chapter from her forthcoming book, Cohen argues that access to knowledge is a necessary but insufficient condition for human flourishing, and adds two additional conditions.