In a masterly synthesis of history, law, and technology, Pool analyzes the confrontation between the regulators of the new communications technology and the First Amendment. (Technology)...
|Title||:||Technologies of Freedom|
|Number of Pages||:||299 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Technologies of Freedom Reviews
Written in 1983 before the term 'internet was used outside a few universities and research centres, Pool captures so many of the issues related to changes in communciations and media debated now but with more clarity and insight than all but a few. Essential reading.
Excellent text on policy. In some ways, it was as if he could see to the now because a lot of the things he talks about are prescient now.
the landmark of media convergence talk. often considered as a must read for new media scholars.