He was interviewed in the Digitally Lit Room II of the Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest. The program began with views of the festival and schedule information.
Adrian Johns talked about his book Piracy: Intellectual Property Wars from Guttenberg to Gates (University Of Chicago Press, 2010).
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