Category: open web

If code is law, we need a parliament of coders

Lawrence Lessig famously stated that “code is law”: The primary idea, as expressed in the title, is the notion that computer code (or “West Coast Code”, referring to Silicon Valley) may regulate conduct in much the same way that legal code (or “East Coast Code”,…

Why we have the web we have

For those of you who live in the UK and are affected by its legislation, the Open Rights Group – of which I am a recent member – has just published this briefing page on what the government most likely…