A selection of media mentions, and other public appearances.
5/18/2013: Corriere della Sera: on Do Not Track.
5/17/2013: TechPresident: on surveillance in Saudi Arabia.
5/8/2013: HuffPost Live: on intermediary censorship.
4/24/2013: PRI’s The World: on the Syrian Electronic Army.
4/22/2013: El País: On online memes (Spanish).
4/2/2013: Cand.com: On blogger arrests in Vietnam (Vietnamese).
4/1/2013: Milliyet: on media and censorship in Turkey and elsewhere (Turkish).
4/1/2013: Bianet: On free expression and social media (Turkish).
3/22/2013: Heise.de: on clicktivism (German).
3/19/2013: Observatorio da Imprensa: on “Twitter terrorism” (Portuguese).
3/5/2013: Reuters: on Google and real names.
3/1/2013: Russia Today: on Iceland’s proposed pornography ban.
2/28/2013: LA Times: on Mahmoud Abbas.
2/15/2013: Columbia Journalism Review: on Azeri blogger Emin Milli.
2/14/2013: FOX News: on censorship online.
2/13/2013: HuffPost Live: on safeguarding free expression.
1/5/2013: The New York Times: on “objectivity” in journalism
12/19/2012: ars technica: on the Freedom of the Press Foundation.
11/30/2012: RFERL: on the daughter of Uzbekistan’s dictator calling me names on Twitter.
11/29/2012: TechPresident: on Syria’s Internet shutdown.
11/19/2012: The New Yorker: on “the tweets of war.”
10/31/2012: The Atlantic: on Syria’s digital proxy war.
10/23/2012: Journalisten.se: on my talk at the .SE Internetdagarna.
10/18/2012: New York Times: on Twitter censoring Nazi content in Germany.
10/6/2012: Economist (print edition): on online free speech.
10/5/2012: Radio en Construction: on the World Forum for Democracy.
10/1/2012: Executive Magazine: on social media censorship.
9/29/2012: Your Middle East: on online censorship in the region.
9/28/2012: CBC Radio’s Day 6: on whether Google should be an arbiter of free speech.
9/28/2012: Cyber Dialogue: What is Stewardship in Cyberspace?
9/19/2012: CyberLaw and Business Report: On YouTube censorship
9/19/2012: Council of Europe podcast: On freedom of expression
9/18/2012: Huffington Post Live: On YouTube censorship.
9/17/2012: Poynter: on #MuslimRage.
9/14/2012: The Nation: on YouTube censorship and “geographic relativism.”
9/13/2012: Zeit Online: on the balance of rights and responsibilities online.
9/13/2012: Zeit Online: on Google autocomplete and free expression.
9/12/2012: GigaOm: on YouTube and Google censorship.
9/12/2012: CNN: on YouTube censorship.
9/2/2012: GigaOm: Twitter’s Alex MacGillivray names my Twitter feed.
8/14/2012: Washington Post: on the negative effects of technology sanctions on Syria and Iran.
8/4/2012: Al Jazeera’s Inside Story: on the Guy Adams/Twitter case.
8/3/2012: The Guardian: on the Guy Adams/Twitter case.
7/31/2012: New York Times: on the Guy Adams/Twitter case.
7/31/2012: Huffington Post Live: on the Guy Adams/Twitter case.
7/12/2012: ars technica: on India’s Internet filtering affecting Oman.
6/18/2012: ars technica: on Google’s updated Transparency Report.
5/28/2012: CNN: on citizen media in Syria.
5/23/2012: FreeSpeechDebate: on the utility of hacktivism.
5/16/2012: politik-digital.de: a profile of me from re:publica 2012.
5/15/2012: Sueddeutsche.de: an interview with me at re:publica 2012 in Berlin.
4/23/2012: techpresident: on an Obama administration executive order dealing with tech exports.
4/19/2012: Swedish Foreign Ministry: Interview from the Stockholm Internet Forum.
4/12/2012: Index on Censorship: on grassroots anti-censorship activism in Pakistan.
4/4/2012: The Charleston Gazette: on a panel on the Arab Spring at WVU.
4/4/2012: West Virginia Public Broadcasting: on social media
4/3/2012: The Western Edition: on EFF’s work.
3/27/2012: Daily Beast: on Syrian activist tactics.
3/23/2012: Sean Aday’s blog: on my paper (co-authored with William Youmans) in the Journal of Communications.
3/23/2012: ars technica: on France’s criminalization of hate websites.
3/15/2012: Forbes: on Pakistan and censorship technology.
3/11/2012: Al Jazeera’s Inside Story: on Kony 2012.
3/9/2012: Chronicle of Philanthropy: on Kony 2012.
3/8/2012: Huffington Post: on Syria and satphones.
3/7/2012: Toronto Globe and Mail: on the Invisible Children Kony campaign.
2/29/2012: Connected in Cairo: review of my piece on the “Arab digital vanguard.”
2/24/2012: Slate: on Syria and media attention.
2/22/2012: The Kojo Nmandi Show: on the ‘darknet’ and Tor.
2/16/2012: MediaShift’s MediaTwits podcast: I co-hosted, discussing Pinterest and censorship in the Arab world.
2/10/2012: MediaShift’s MediaTwits podcast: I co-hosted, discussing Twitter censorship.
2/4/2012: #KillSwitch (documentary) trailer: on social media propaganda.
2/3/2012: WNYC’s On the Media: on Facebookistan
1/27/2012: The New York Times: on Twitter and censorship
1/27/2012: Foreign Policy: on Twitter and censorship
1/27/2012: The Guardian: on Twitter and censorship
1/24/2012: Financial Times: on Google+ and pseudonyms
1/6/2012: AFP: on how the Internet is fueling the Palestinian drive for free expression
12/19/2011: Fast Company: on Saudi’s Kingdom Holdings’ purchase of Twitter shares and what it means for free expression on the social network
12/18/2011: The Globe and Mail: on the year in social media protests
12/15/2011: NPR’s Marketplace Tech Report: on TIME’s person of the year, “the protester”
12/14/2011: named to the Levo League‘s “Twitter-ful list of women crucial to foreign policy”
12/13/2011: The International Business Times: on the increased crackdowns on bloggers in the Middle East
12/5/2011: CNN International: on the arrest of Razan Ghazzawi
12/5/2011: Al Arabiya: on the PalConnect conference
11/29/2011: Aslan Media: on my work on Internet freedom
11/17/2011: France24: on solidarity campaigns with Syrians
11/9/2011: Forbes: on the export of surveillance technology to Syria
10/26/2011: Women in the World Foundation: a profile
10/18/2011: Mother Jones: on the use of Blue Coat surveillance technology in Syria
10/18/2011: GigaOm: on Twitter and identity
10/5/2011: Tunisia Live TV: on the Third Arab Bloggers Meeting in Tunis
9/28/2011: CBC Spark: on account deactivation and content removal on social networks
9/28/2011: Marketplace Tech Report: on the Syrian Electronic Army
9/26/2011: Al Jazeera English: on the defacement by Anonymous of several Syrian government websites
9/25/2011: NPR: on the Syrian Electronic Army.
9/23/2011: The Majalla: on social media use in the Middle East
9/22/2011: Internet Evolution Radio: on my work at the EFF
9/21/2011: The Brian Lehrer Show, CUNYtv: on the Syrian Electronic Army
9/19/2011: WFMU’s “Too Much Information”: on pseudonyms
9/10/2011: Deustchlandradio Kultur: on surveillance (in German)
8/19/2011: WNYC’s On The Media: on blocking social media
8/19/2011: South Africa’s Daily Maverick: on the use of digital tools for criminal organizing
8/19/2011: CNN: on using digital tools for organizing crime
8/18/2011: WNPR’s Colin McEnroe Show: on social media shutdowns
8/17/2011: NPR Marketplace Tech Report: on Google+ and pseudonymity
8/11/2011: Christian Science Monitor: on alleged UK plans to censor social media
8/11/2011: Bloomberg West: on the UK riots and possible censorship of social media
8/8/2011: KCBS San Francisco: on online anonymity
7/29/2011: Associated Press: on countering extremism online
6/30/2011: Christian Science Monitor: on the role of new media in revolutions
6/27/2011: Washington Post: on my writing on web censorship in democracies
6/21/2011: Foreign Policy named me in their Top 100 Twitterati annual list
6/15/2011: BBC4′s Media Show: on the ‘Gay Girl in Damascus hoax
6/14/2011: CNN International: on the ‘Gay Girl in Damascus’ hoax
6/10/2011: VideoNation: an interview on my work, from PdF
6/10/2011: Voice of America: an interview on my work
6/2/2011: Wired Magazine: on Internet access
6/2/2011: GigaOm: on the dark side of the Internet
6/1/2011: Deutsche Welle: on Turkish Internet censorship
5/31/2011: The Nation: on YouTube and free expression policies
5/26/2011: Canada’s Financial Post: on a panel I spoke on at the University of Toronto
5/27/2011: I appeared on Al Jazeera’s The Stream
5/21/2011: Brian Lehrer TV: on web censorship in Africa
5/20/2011: NPR’s On the Media: on Syria using the Internet against activists
5/12/2011: ABC Australia: on Facebook account deactivations
5/11/2011: I co-hosted an episode of Al Jazeera’s The Stream
4/28/2011: I was interviewed by the organizers of the re:campaign conference
4/28/2011: I was profiled in the Boston Globe
4/16/2011: Berlin Gazette: on my re:campaign presentation
4/15/2011: zdf.kultur (german): on my re:publica presentation
4/12/2011: Boston Herald: on the implications of Twitter on human rights movements
4/11/2011: GigaOm: on Facebook’s potential entry into China
3/31/2011: O’Reilly Radar: on a panel I spoke on, discussing digital uprisings
3/31/2011: Fast Company: on American tech helping MidEast censors
3/30/2011: The Financial Post: on the export of US-made filtering software
3/29/2011: Russia Today’s Alyona Show: on Internet freedom
3/29/2011: CNN’s The Situation Room: on the OpenNet Initiative’s recent paper, “West Censoring East”
3/29/2011: PRI’s The World: on Facebook’s removal of the Third Intifada page
3/29/2011: RFE/RL: on US-made filtering technologies in the Middle East
3/28/2011: Wall Street Journal, on US-built filtering tools Websense and SmartFilter
3/26/2011: ZDNet: on Microsoft and HTTPS
3/23/2011: Harvard Gazette: on social media in the Arab world
3/15/2011: MIT Technology Review: on building human rights into social sites
3/4/2011: AP: on Libyan Internet traffic
3/1/2011: VOA: on Internet freedom and social change
2/18/2011: The Nation: on Egypt’s social media movement
2/18/2011: The Harvard Crimson: on social media for protests
2/18/2011: The New York Times: on Bahrain’s Internet filtering
2/14/2011: Bloomberg TV: on the use of American-built filtering tools in authoritarian regimes
2/10/2011: The New York Times: on corporate responsibility toward human rights
2/9/2011: Al Jazeera’s Inside Story: on the use of social media in Egypt
2/8/2011: GigaOm: on policing content on social media networks
2/8/2011: The Nation: on demanding Al Jazeera English in the US
2/6/2011: The New York Times: on the “We are All Khaled Said” Facebook page
2/5/2011: Gawker: on Facebook policies
2/5/2011: AP: on Speak2Tweet
2/3/2011: Bloomberg Businessweek: on 21st Century Statecraft
1/31/2011: WHYY Radio, Philadelphia: on Egypt and social media
1/31/2011: American Public Media’s Marketplace: on the importance of the Internet in Egypt
1/28/2011: Foreign Policy: on Egypt’s Internet shutdown.
1/28/2011: MSNBC: on Egypt’s Internet blackout.
1/28/2011: Wall Street Journal: on Egypt’s Internet blackout.
1/28/2011: NPR’s Science Friday: on social media for political change in the Arab world.
1/27/2011: WBUR’s Here & Now: on the use of social media in Egyptian protests.
1/24/2011: Atlantic: on Facebook’s role in the Tunisian uprising.
1/22/2011: Radio France: on the effect of social media on the Tunisian uprising.
1/21/2011: VOA: on Internet controls in the Middle East.
1/21/2011: Canada’s National Post: on Tunisia and social media.
1/14/2011: ABC World News: on social media in Tunisia.
1/13/2011: Layalina Productions: on Internet freedom.
12/21/10: WFMU: on WikiLeaks and the TIME Person of the Year.
12/13/10: WGBH’s Greater Boston, on Wikileaks and intermediary censorship.
12/8/10: Brian Lehrer TV: on WikiLeaks and Internet freedom.
10/8/10: LA Times: on the closure of the vb.ly domain by the Libyan Spider Network.
9/30/10: Chronicle of Philanthropy: on Internet activism.
9/22/10: ABC News: on the “Arab digital vanguard”
9/18/10: Politico: on activist complaints about Facebook.
9/13/10: Foreign Policy’s Net Effect: on Haystack.
7/27/10: RT America: on growing Islamophobia in the United States.
6/1/10: NZZ Online (German): on Facebook activism in the Arab world.
5/20/10: Al Jazeera’s Inside Story: on the debate over Facebook privacy.
3/17/10: CNN: on proposed Internet filtering in Venezuela.
3/17/10: Newsweek: on Google.cn in China.
11/30/09: ABC World News with Charles Gibson: on use of Twitter for finding retail sales.
11/13/09: Al Majalla: on broadband in the Middle East.
11/2/09: Committee to Protect Journalists: on the work of the OpenNet Initiative.
8/19/09: New Scientist: on the OpenNet Initiative.
8/13/09: The Media Line: on the ONI’s MidEast research.
8/12/09: World Streams Radio: on Morocco, Internet censorship, and digital activism.
8/4/09: The Guardian: on the lifting of sanctions on Syria by the United States.
7/17/09: German Gulli:news: on Internet censorship.
04/27/09: The Guardian: on LinkedIn’s restriction of Syrian users.
12/30/08: Poynter Online: on the use of Twitter in relation to the attacks on Gaza.