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Law, the internet and society

Law, the internet and society

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  • 90 hours study
  • Level 0: Beginner

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  • Course learning outcomes

    By the end of this unit you should be able to:

    • understand the value of ‘commons’ or ‘free’ resources in facilitating innovation and creativity;

    • understand some of the key influences in policymaking on intellectual property and technology;

    • understand Lawrence Lessig's model of constraints on behaviour;

    • understand Yochai Benkler's ‘three layers’ model of the internet;

    • be able to critically analyse the material you read.

  • Course dates:

    First Published 03/11/2017.

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About this course

  • 90 hours study
  • Level 0: Beginner

Ratings

5 out of 5 stars

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