Novelist and digital activist Cory Doctorow discusses living in a world of computers. He starts the talk by talking about making, unmaking, and copying – or what, as I would point out, philosopher A.N. Whitehead would call creativity. Doctorow discusses how DRM tools, software and digital locks prevent creativity, innovation, and novelty.
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