How should we regulate cyberspace? Can we? It’s a cherished belief of techies and net denizens everywhere that cyberspace is fundamentally, unalterably impossible to regulate. Thus the legendary freedom of the Net. Lawrence Lessig warns that, if we’re not careful, we’ll wake up one day to discover that the character of cyberspace has changed out from under us. Commercial forces will dictate the change, and architecture — the very structure of cyberspace itself — will dictate the form our interactions can and cannot take.