Constitution 3.0:

Freedom & Technological Change

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Constitution 3.0: A Brookings Institution Discussion

of Freedom, Technology & Law

My dear fellow, there are in fact only so many notes the ear can hear in an evening. I think I’m right in saying that, aren’t I, court composer?

Emperor Joseph II