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The Future of Free Expression in a Digital Age

By Jack M Balkin


In the Information Age, you would think, there would be no more important part of the Constitution than the First Amendment. After all, free speech guarantees should have a great deal to do with a knowledge economy, and a world in which wealth and power increasingly depend on information technology, intellectual property, and control over information flows

Publisher: Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository
Year: 2009
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