In this lecture, Professor Lawrence Lessig, Harvard University School of Law, considers the relevance of the "Free Software Movement" to the governance of the Internet. What, beyond antitrust, might guide us in thinking about how the net should be governed? Lessig is at the forefront of the burgeoning new discipline of cyberlaw and is well known for his role in the Microsoft antitrust litigation.
Lessig, Lawrence, "Overcoming Antitrust: Internet Governance and the Free Software Movement" (1999). The Charles E. Green Lecture in Law and Technology. 1.