You are not logged in. LOG IN NOW >

The Internet, Ignored No More: Morozov's Case Against ""

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, January 3 2011

Thankfully, Foreign Policy's Evgeny Morozov, a frequent critic of the U.S. State Department's push to advocate in favor of "Internet freedom" around the planet, has boiled down his objections into a concise ... Read More

What Gladwell Gets Wrong: The Real Problem is Scale Mismatch (Plus, Weak and Strong Ties are Complementary and Supportive)

BY Zeynep Tufekci | Tuesday, September 28 2010

We're pleased to repost this essay on Malcolm Gladwell and online activism by Prof. Zeynep Tufekci of the University of Maryland, with her permission, from her blog Technosociology. Not only does she engage Gladwell, who ... Read More

The Internet as a Force for "Eh"

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 26 2010

Foreign Policy's Evgeny Morozov distills his blogging and tweets down to one handy article. If you follow Morozov's work, you'll know that he has serious doubts about whether the Internet is the force for good ... Read More