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47. Discussion between Bill Thompson and the author, May 2005

48. MILLER, E. ‘Why Use DRM If It Doesn’tWork?’ on Copyfight, 7. v. 2004, http://www.corante.com/copyfight/archives/003559.html

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54. ibid, p. 194

55. ibid, pp. 228-9

56. ibid, p. 250

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59. ibid, p. 99

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73. LESSIG, L. Code, and Other Laws of Cyberspace, supra, p. 99

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84. Correspondence between Andreas Bovens and the author, April 2005

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92. Thank you to Peter Moar for this observation.

93. Discussion between Chris Weightmanand the author, May 2005

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