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What Makes a Successful Digital Activist?
In The News / interviews / Podcast, Radio, Audio

What Makes a Successful Digital Activist?

Interviewed by Ross Reynolds for KUOW-NPR show The Record about digital activism and the recent project findings. Hear the full interview.

Book:  State Power 2.0
Books / Publications

Book: State Power 2.0

Digital media and online social networking applications have changed the way in which dissent is organized with social movement leaders using online applications and digital content systems to organize collective action, activate local protest groups, network with international social movements and share their political perspectives. In the past, authoritarian regimes […]

TechPresident:  Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics
Commentary and OpEds / In The News / TechPresident

TechPresident: Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics

(This originally appeared as “Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics” on TechPresident.  Redux + additional links on Freedom to Tinker.)   Singapore likes to promote itself as a business-friendly country where the government has a soft touch. But by firing a professor known for criticizing the government’s censorship strategies, […]

Prezi – The New Cold War: Information Policy and Political Rift
Presentations

Prezi – The New Cold War: Information Policy and Political Rift

This is the Prezi show for my expanded talk on authoritarianism and information policy, called “The New Cold War”.  It requires Flash, and may take a moment to fully load.  If it doesn’t load in your browser, you can go directly to the Prezi site. Link to Event Homepage. Link to Video Lecture.