The title of Exporting the Matrix alludes not to actor Keanu Reeves, but to Justice Benjamin Cardozo, who called free speech the matrix and indispensable condition of all freedom. This new book — more accurately described by its subtitle, The Campaign to Reform Media Laws Abroad — belongs in the small but growing “law stories” genre that aims to capture the drama of law for the general reader. Media law exports come in two main packages — a free press, and freedom of information — and both are usually marked “Return to Sender.” Advocates must settle for small victories, and savor the small adventures along the way.
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