In her timely book, Rebecca MacKinnon warns that a convergence of unchecked government actions and unaccountable company practices is threatening the future of democracy and human rights around the world.
Most English-language discussions about "the future of the Internet" approach the subject from an Anglo-American and European perspective. But what if you take China - now with the world's largest number of Internet users, fast-growing technology sector, and a strong voice in global Internet governance debates - as your starting point for thinking about where the global Internet is headed?
Rebecca MacKinnon discussed "Journalism Education and the Internet: Help plan a cutting-edge 'New Media Workshop' for J-school students in Hong Kong"
Berkman Luncheon Series: 3/29/05 - Rebecca MacKinnon and Ethan Zuckerman on Global Voices
The Internet & Society 2004 conference, entitled "Votes, Bits, and Bytes," took place on December 9 - 11, 2004, on the Harvard campus.
Arguing the Violence Against Women Act: Two Views