Pirates of the Digital Millennium: How the Intellectual Property Wars Damage Our Personal Freedoms, Our Jobs, and the World Economy "As we move into the digital age nothing is more important than understanding the issues about digital piracy and what to do about them. The place to start gaining that understanding is with Pirates of the Digital Millennium."
Lester Thurow, Professor, MIT, former columnist for Newsweek, and author of The Zero Sum Society "The pirates in this book include both teenagers working in their bedrooms and corporate executives in their offices, hijacking the gift of digital technology. This is a well-researched and engaging work on a subject of great importance now and for the future."
Tracy Kidder, author of the international best seller, The Soul of the New Machine"Gantz and Rochester do a masterful job of analyzing...the impact piracy is having at the intersection of business, technology, and society. The moral? What doesn't kill us will make us stronger."
Geoffrey Moore, author of Crossing the Chasm, Inside the Tornado, and Living on the Fault LineInside the global wars over digital piracy, intellectual property, and copyright The realities of digital piracy: hard facts based on IDC's unprecedented 57-country study From personal ethics to geopolitics and the global economy Written by best-selling authors John Gantz and Jack Rochester