Law in the Internet Society



Most people know of Bruce Lee as a martial artist and actor. Indeed, the name probably calls to mind images like the legendary fight scene in the film Jing Wu Men, also known as Fist of Fury (1973). Bruce, playing a student intent on avenging the murder of his gung fu master, struts into the Hongkou dojo to outright challenge his enemies. Dozens of trained fighters surround him and then over the course of three minutes Bruce single-handedly defeats each of his opponents in a rhythmic, artful, and overall bad-ass fashion [...]

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