From consumers to users: Shifting the deeper structures of regulation toward sustainable commons and user access

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In this paper, Benkler demonstrates that regulatory policy in the digitally networked environment is being used to replicate the current mass media structure in which individuals are passive consumers and argues that regulatory policy should develop and sustain an information commons for the consumption, production and exchange of information by active users.

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  • Yochai Benkler

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