Bound By Law

Duke law professors figured the only way to make intellectual property law accessible to the general public was to write a comic book. The result is “Bound by Law,” sixty-six pages of adventures from a day in the life of Akiko, a documentary filmmaker who fights for fair use of intellectual material that is in the public domain. Host David Crabtree speaks with Duke University law professor James Boyle about the comic book, our permissions-based culture, and its impact on creativity and digital artists. (17:30)

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