On Being Accused
The epilogue discusses how the law favors copyright holders, as well as how literature—like everything else—is increasingly digital, and the impermanent nature of computing affects the way we view text and intellectual property. Roh calls for the recognition and decriminalization of dialogic activity and the fostering of a disruptive textuality by reforming legal and network infrastructures for the good of the reading public and literary culture.
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