Stories from June 27, 2008
While the first session of the 2008 Global Voices Summit focused on how internet censorship works in Belarus, Japan, Egypt, and Pakistan, and how activists have responded to those limitations, the second session was specifically focused on how censorship affects bloggers and citizen media.
The first day of the Global Voices 2008 Summit in Budapest, Hungary was a wild success, as far as we can see (obviously we can't know all of the implications this early in the game). The morning started with an introduction from Ethan Zuckerman and Rebecca MacKinnon, founders of Global...
Rebecca Wanjiku will be liveblogging this session:
Juliana Rotich will live-blog:
Dozens of people were blogging, twittering, and plurking away during the Summit. Here is a listing (not comprehensive) of those bloggers and mainstream media journalists that covered the event. Photos: Flickr photos tagged with: GVSummit08 News Coverage: For a complete list of mainstream media coverage of Global Voices and the...
Juliana Rotich will be liveblogging this session:
Welcome to the day one of the Global Voices Citizen Summit in Budapest. Here are some of the glimpses of the day's proceedings.