Category : Rebecca MacKinnon
Don’t feed the trolls
An anti-Muslim video, the Innocence of Muslims demonstrated how the politics of fear dominate the online environment. It’s time we took action, argue Rebecca MacKinnon
and Ethan Zuckerman
A life in truth
Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 2010, Liu Xiaobo is treated as a subversive criminal in China, currently serving an 11-year sentence for incitement to subvert state power.
Today Google announced that it would no longer be censoring its search services in China. Rebecca MacKinnon
talks to Google's David Drummond
about privacy, censorship and China, providing a valuable insight into Google's thinking
China's Charter 08 – too early to tell?
Rebecca MacKinnon knows more than practically anyone other westerner about free expression in China. Over at her blog, rconversation, she has written a rather excellent and comprehensive (read ‘long’) analysis of Charter 08, the pro-reform manifesto recently issued by Chinese intellectuals and activists. It seems that many, while supportive of Charter 08’s aims, are unsure […]