What does creative success look like online today? Cory Doctorow is here to answer your questions about the state of copyright, the tangled possibilities of creative work on the internet, and just what the future might hold for them both.
Doctorow's new book Information Doesn't Want To Be Free: Laws For The Internet Age takes a look at issues of both copyright and creativity in the internet age.
Doctorow is also the author of the novels Homeland, Pirate Cinema, Little Brother, Rapture of the Nerds, and Makers as well as the co-editor of Boing Boing. He co-founded the U.K. Open Rights Group and was formerly the European Director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
He'll be joining us from 10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. PT today, so start asking him your questions now about copyright law, the spread of information, artists on the internet, and sharing online in the comments. He'll be answering as many as he can while he's here.
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