Yochai Benkler’s ground-breaking Wealth of Networks is now up for reading and annotation here. By now, the lives of everyone in the United States are somehow affected by the Internet and information technology, even if one does not own a computer. Decisions concerning both major and minor aspects of our daily experiences, from how our state governments are run to what clothes hang on the racks at the local mall, are made with the help of online technologies. Benkler explains why all of us should pay attention to the changes within communications technologies and legislation pertaining to it. The rapid growth of technology does not necessarily anticipate the legal rights to that technology.