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Emord’s “Freedom, Technology and the First Amendment” Turns 20

Read Adam Thierer’s article on the 20th Anniversary of “Freedom, Technology and the First Amendment.”  Thierer writes:


“Twenty years ago, one of the best books ever penned about freedom of speech was released. Sadly, many people still haven’t heard of it. That book was Freedom, Technology and the First Amendment, by Jonathan Emord. With the exception of Ithiel de Sola Pool’s 1983 masterpiece Technologies of Freedom: On Free Speech in an Electronic Age, no book has a more profound impact on my thinking about free speech and technology policy than Emord’s 1991 classic. Emord’s book is, at once, a magisterial history and a polemical paean…”


Click here to read the full article at techliberation.com.