Topic: Rebecca MacKinnon
Social media: From Iran to Tunisia and Egypt and beyond, Twitter and Facebook are the power tools of civic upheaval – but social media is only one factor in the spread of democratic revolution.
06/30/2011 01:21 pm
The ouster of dictators in Egypt and Tunisia made it imperative for Hillary Clinton to lay out a US plan to keep the Internet open for people seeking freedom. But exactly how remains an open question.
02/15/2011 03:59 pm
WikiLeaks has been dropped by MasterCard and Visa. What's next for the controversial organization helmed by Julian Assange?
12/07/2010 05:07 pm
WikiLeaks has been banned from Amazon servers. And for some critics, that's a very problematic development indeed.
12/03/2010 10:53 am
Since launching in 2006, Google’s China search engine has struggled to attract users. Homegrown competitor Baidu enjoys twice the US firm's market share.
01/13/2010 09:24 am
Google challenged China censorship rules Tuesday – saying it would stop filtering its search engine results or leave the country – after it uncovered a vicious cyberattack on human rights activists.
01/13/2010 07:19 am
Taking a cue from Western PR tactics, Beijing moved away from trying to block coverage altogether – and was benefited by doing so.
07/10/2009 01:00 am
New report says China scores lowest on Internet freedom.
04/01/2009 01:00 am