Join author/activist Rebecca MacKinnon and Professor James Boyle, for an exciting discussion about the expanding struggle for control over the Internet and the implications for civil liberties, privacy and democracy both in the U.S. and worldwide. MacKinnon is the author of the new book, Consent of the Networked: The World Wide Struggle for Internet Freedom. Previously CNN Bureau Chief in Beijing and Tokyo, she is the co-founder of the citizen media network Global Voices, an expert on Chinese Internet censorship, and presented at TEDGlobal 2011. Sponsored by the Human Rights Law Society, this program is made possible through the financial support of the Open Doors Fund, a gift of the Class 2006. For more information, please contact Lilia Lopez at email@example.com.
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