The Future of Free Expression in a Digital Age, 36 Pepperdine L. Rev. (2009)
In the Information Age, you would think, there would be no more important part of the Constitution than the First Amendment. After all, free speech guarantees should have a great deal to do with a knowledge economy, and a world in which wealth and power increasingly depend on information technology, intellectual property, and control over information flows.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Balkin, Jack M., "The Future of Free Expression in a Digital Age" (2009). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 223.