How to Think About Information
Dan Schiller talked about his book How to Think about Information, published by University of Illinois Press. In his book he studies the political and economic implications of the “Information Age,” including the conflict between freedom and democracy and private property rights in information. He was interviewed at the University of Illinois by the C-SPAN BookTV Bus crew. close
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