'Governance in the Real World Is So Fucked:' Lawrence Lessig Is Working on an MMO
‘Seed’ will allow players to build a society together, from the ground up.
Three ways the Electoral College vote could go — and all likely lead to Trump
Presidential Candidate Lawrence Lessig Had to Quit the Race to Get the Media's Attention
The Harvard law professor blamed the Democratic party for "changing the rules" to qualify for debates and preventing him getting face time on national television.
Kim Dotcom's Defense Lost Its Star Witness
Megaupload's lawyers hoped Lawrence Lessig would testify at an extradition hearing, but he's on the campaign trail.
Why Is Lawrence Lessig Missing From Tonight’s CNN Debate?
The iconoclastic law professor believes Democratic honchos are trying to silence him.
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Lawrence Lessig Wants to Run for President, Save America, and Then Resign
"My ideal is to be president for a day."
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
The Elizabeth Warren Presidential Campaign Is Still Candidate-Free
Campaign finance reform crusaders are trying to convince the progressive heartthrob to join the 2016 race, but even without her involvement there's still a lot of energy on the left.
The New Hampshire Voters Marching in the Freezing Cold to Get Money Out of Politics
Big Money was the real winner in this month's midterm elections. But a group of New Hampshire voters want you to know it doesn't have to be this way.
Jim Rubens and the Republican Crusade for Campaign Finance Reform
New Hampshire's dark horse Republican Senate candidate is turning right-wing populism into a crusade for campaign finance reform.
Five Candidates the Internet's Favorite Super PAC Should Spend Its Money On
Lawrence Lessig's Mayday PAC managed to raise $12 million to take back democracy from the super wealthy. That was the easy part.
How Aaron Swartz Helped Inspire the Super PAC to End All Super PACs
Lawrence Lessig and his allies are racing to raise $5 million by July 4 in an effort for campaign finance reform.
A Harvard Professor Is Crowdfunding a Super PAC to Save Democracy from Money
Larry Lessig is trying to raise $12 million in order to win some elections and prove that radical campaign finance reform is possible and necessary.