Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Evgeny is a Belarussian, director for new media with Transitions Online in Prague, has a home address in Berlin but probably lives out of a suitcase. He gave one of the best overviews I have seen for a longtime about why governments are worried about the Internet and the power of bloggers in particular. Has a great blog too with more than just random thoughts.
I taped Evgeny's presentation at the HIVOS session in the boiler room 1, and that's now available here. It last 20 minutes and gives insight into why governments are worried about what their citizens are doing on the web.