Tag Archives: Evgeny Morozov

Debates in Digital Activism: Update

Biz Stone, co-founder and creative director of Twitter Inc., produces a response to Malcolm Gladwell: “Exclusive: Biz Stone on Twitter and Activism” (see the earlier post relevant to this). Everyone is an expert on activism these days, seemingly by virtue … Continue reading

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Social media and the myth of techno-utopia

TV Ontario, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, aired this episode on 24 February 2010, featuring debate around issues of cyber activism, digital resistance, and authoritarianism. more about “Social media and the myth of techno-utopia“, posted with vodpod

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Authoritarian Regimes Coopting the Internet

From TV Ontario’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin: Evgeny Morozov on how authoritarian regimes co-opt the internet to suppress freedom. more about “Authoritarian Regimes Coopting the Internet“, posted with vodpod

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This Failed Revolution, Powered by Twitter: Revisiting the Recurring Themes of the Moldova Twitter Revolution, and Raising Some New Doubts

Will we remember the events that are now unfolding in Chisinau not by the color of the flags but by the social-networking technology used? — Evgeny Morozov, “Moldova’s Twitter Revolution,” April 7, 2009 Reviewing a sample of ten articles on … Continue reading

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