RW culture invites the audience to respond (Lessig 85), and that is what makes it more valuable for humanity than RO culture. Of course, the base is needed, but the further development is necessary for progress of any kind.
Law is such that it encourages RO culture and holds back the development of RW culture. It will continue to exist, but law considers it pretty much illegal (Lessig 100). It is crucial to understand the importance of RW culture, because it is the driving force of human creativity. There is no advance if we don't have free and unlimited access to every piece of work that was done by our predecessors. We may have it, but it is considered to be piracy.
"Jazz musicians create by building upon the creativity of others before" (Lessig 103). This fact is applicable to every other form of expression as well.
One point in the reading was very interesting for me. I agree with Lessig that blogs are very important because "they give millions the opportunity to express their ideas in writing" (Lessig 92). People with no opinion need a leader and that leader is most likely to be a dictator. Therefore, in order to have democracy, a country needs to adjust the laws that encourage RW culture.
Lessig, L. (2008). Comparing Cultures. Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy (pp. 84-116). New York: Penguin Press HC, The.