the author's bibliography for The Regulation of Liberty

Jacques Attali, Noise: the political economy of music, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis 1985.

Richard Barbrook, Media Freedom: the contradictions of communications in the age of modernity, Pluto, London 1995.

Richard Barbrook, ‘The Hi-Tech Gift Economy’ in nettime (editors), Readme!: ASCII culture and the revenge of knowledge, Autonomedia, New York 1998, pages 132-139.

Richard Barbrook, ‘Cyber-communism: how the Americans are superseding capitalism in cyberspace’, Science as Culture, Number 1, Volume 9, 2000, pages 5-40.

Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron, ‘The Californian Ideology’, Science as Culture, No. 26, Vol. 6 Part 1, 1996, pages 44-72. Californian Ideology.

Isaiah Berlin, ‘Two Concepts of Liberty’ in Four Essays on Liberty, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1969, pages 118-172.

Tim Berners-Lee, ‘Realising the Full Potential of the Web’.

Tim Berners-Lee with Mark Fischetti, Weaving the Web: the past, present and future of the World Wide Web by its inventor, Orion Business Books, London 1999.

Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, Last Night a DJ Saved My Life: the history of the disc jockey, Headline, London 1999.

Duncan Campbell, ‘Inside Echelon: the history, structure and function of the global surveillance system known as Echelon’, Telepolis, 25th July 2000, .

Manuel Castells, The Rise of the Network Society, Blackwell, Oxford 1996.

Simon Clarke, ‘What in the F---’s Name is Fordism’ in Nigel Gilbert, Roger Burrows & Anna Pollert (editors), Fordism and Flexibility: divisions and changes, Macmillan, London 1992, pages 13-30.

Corporate Watch, ‘Towards a Democratic Media System: interview with Robert McChesney’, 1998, .

Esther Dyson, Release 2.0: a design for living in the digital age, Viking, London 1997.

Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish: the birth of prison, Penguin, London 1979.

Free Software Foundation, What is Copyleft?, 1996, .

Freenet, freenet.sourceforge.net.

Sheryl Garratt, Adventures in Wonderland: a decade of club culture, Headline, London 1998.

Rishab Ghosh, ‘Cooking Pot Markets: an economic model for the trade in free goods and services on the Internet’, First Monday, 1998, dxm.org/tcok/cookingpot/.

Gnutella, gnutella.wego.com.

John Hagel and Arthur Armstrong, net.gain: expanding markets through virtual communities, Harvard Business School Press, Boston MA, 1997.

Michael Hauben and Rhonda Hauben, Netizens: on the history and impact of Usenet and the Internet, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos CA, 1997.

Patricia Jacobus, ‘Court: Programming languages covered by First Amendment’, CNET news.com, 4th April 2000, .

Mitch Kapor, 'Where is the Digital Highway Really Heading?',Wired, 1.3, July/August 1993, pages 53-59, 94.

Will Knight, ‘Hackers Will Become Terrorists Under New Law’, Zdnet, 19th February 2001, .

Lawrence Lessig, Code: and other laws of cyberspace, Basic Books, New York 1999.

Leonard W. Levy, Emergence of a Free Press, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1985.

John Locke, Two Treatises of Government, Mentor, New York 1965.

Karl Marx, 'Debates on Freedom of the Press' in Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, Collected Works, Volume 1: 1835-43, Lawrence & Wishart, London 1975, pages 132-181.

Karl Marx, ‘On the Jewish Question’ in Karl Marx, Early Writings, Penguin, London 1975.

Christopher May, A Global Political Economy of Intellectual Property Rights: the new enclosures?, Routledge, London 2000.

Motion Picture Association of America, ‘DVD-DeCSS Press Room’, Motion Picture Association of America, .

Motion Picture Association of America, ‘Film Studios Bring Claim Against DVD Hackers in Federal Court’, Motion Picture Association of America, 14th January 2000, .

Tom Paine, Rights of Man, Penguin, London 1969.

Eugeny Pashukanis, Law and Marxism: a General Theory, Ink Links, London 1978.

The Progress and Freedom Foundation, Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age, August 1994, www.pff.org/position.html.

Elmo Recio, ‘The Great Firewall of China: cyber-censorship’, .

Recording Industry Association of America, ‘RIAA Lawsuit Against Napster’, .

Howard Rheingold, Virtual Communities, Secker & Warburg, London 1994.

Jonas Ridderstråle and Kjell Nordström, Funky Business: talent makes capital dance, ft.com, London 2000.

Romandson, ‘Interactive Music’ in Adam Lowe and Simon Schaffer (editors), N01SE: universal language, pattern recognition, data synaesthetics, exhibition catalogue, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge 2000.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, Penguin, London 1968.

Secure Digital Music Initiative, www.sdmi.org.

Ithiel de Sola Pool, Technologies of Freedom, Belknap Press, Harvard 1983.

Richard Stallman, ‘Freedom - or Copyright?’, Technology Review, May/June 2000, .

Robert Young, ‘How Red Hat Software Stumbled Across a New Economic Model and Helped Improve an Industry’, Journal of Electronic Publishing, Issue 3, Volume 4, March 1999, .

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