Digital technology is ubiquitous; we click through licensing agreements without reading them, post music files, and add phone applications. Are these uses legal? Moral? Most people aren’t sure, and that is because social, political and economic systems—like the law—change slowly, but technology changes in the blink of an eye. Users are left in the gap between the speed of innovation and the sluggishness of social change. Let’s look at that gap, and examine the business and social implications of the laws of disruption as they relate to the problems of oversight, strategy and the internet. In the gap created by the Law of Disruption gold opportunities await those who move quickly.