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The Pirate's Dilemma: How Youth Culture Reinvented Capitalism
Journalist Matt Mason's totemic book explores the issues faced by struggling musicians and chief executive officers alike. In a culture of pervasive sampling and remixing, how are notions of ownership and copyright evolving? Pirates, Mason argues persuasively, break old rules to establish new innovations.