Saturday, January 25, 2003

What Lawyers Can Learn From Comic Books

That's the title of this essay by Lawrence Lessig. I had forgotten to post it earlier, which is why it's slightly old.

Basically, Lessig looks at the way that Japanese comic and manga companies treat their fans and the way American lawyers do. We come up on the short end of the stick. He makes a lot of good points about it being a question of how companies view customers, and who decides how.

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