Ben Sobel

Ben Sobel is a scholar of information law. His work considers how the exercise of private rights shapes the public distribution of information, wealth, and cultural expression. In particular, he examines how legal rules and technological change influence the types of information that can be expressed and exploited.

For fun, Ben plays music and bakes sourdough bread.

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