Media Interviews

XXX gives porn a new internet home, but will adult sites come calling?
Jennifer Pagliaro ,The Toronto Star, December 7, 2011

Google Sidesteps Edict: Web Giant Chooses to Divert Traffic From Kazakhstan Site Alan Cullison, The Wall Street Journal, June 9, 2011

“The Future of Islam in the age of New Media” 
Amir Ahmad (online interview), May 26, 2011

“Autocratic regimes fight Web-savvy opponents with their own tools”
Mary Beth Sheridan, The Washington Post, May 22, 2011

“Cybersecurity strategy boosts commitment to Internet freedom, experts say”
Joseph Marks, Nextgov (Online), May 20, 2011

"Circumvention Tools Effective, but No Silver Bullet for Remaining Safe Online"
VOA's Mandarin (Live Phone in) TV show “Issues and Opinions” , May 16,  201

British firm offered spy software to Egypt: Activists say they were the targets
Eli Lake, The Washington Times, April 25, 2011

New Internet freedom report ranks Estonia first, Iran last
Cyrus Farivar, Deutshe Welle, April 21, 2011

Freedom House: Internet Censorship Circumvention Tools Effective, Lack Security
JulieAnn McKellogg, VOA News, April 12, 2011

Breaking down the firewall
Jameson Berkow, Financial Post (Canada), Apr 12, 2011

Freedom House Study Ranks Internet Circumvention Tools, Consults Users
Andrea Hayley, Epoch Times (Print), April 12, 2011

Middle East Uprising: Facebook's Secret Role in Egypt
Mike Giglio, The Daily Beast (online), February 24, 2011

Responsable du programme Internet Freedom au sein de l'ONG Freedom House. (Print - French)
Laure Mandeville, Le Figaro (Print) , Paris, France, February 17, 2011 - page 8

Social Media and Protests: The role social media has played in the uprising in Egypt and similar incidents in other places in the world.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), The National (TV), Jan 28, 2011

Protests in Egypt continue despite government shut down of Internet
Cyrus Farivar, Deutshe Welle, Jan 28, 2011,,14801752,00.html

Egypt Cuts Internet Access,
Clark Boyd, BBC / PRI The World (Radio), January 28, 2011

Year After Google-China Spat, U.S. Pushes Internet Freedom on Social Media
Indira A.R. Lakshmanan, Bloomberg, January 27, 2011

403 Forbidden: Silencing Online Dissent in the Middle East
Aida Akl, VOA News (Online), January 21, 2011

State official: WikiLeaks poses a threat to human rights
Aliya Sternstein, Nextgov (Online), January 13, 2011

Tunisia's Totalitarian Tech
Jesse Brown, Search Engine (Online), Television Ontario (TVO), January 11, 2011

Cyber attacks on Tunisia
Clark Boyd, BBC / PRI The World (Radio), January 6, 2011

Broadcasting board seeks text-message services
Aliya Sternstein, Nextgov (Online), December 20, 2010

Tyranny Goes Global:  Iran sets a dangerous precedent by jailing Canadian blogger Hossein Derakhshan.
Armin Rosen, The Reason (Print), October 18, 2010

Iranian blogger sentenced
Clark Boyd, BBC / PRI The World (Radio), September 28, 2010

Iranian blogger may face the death Penalty
Cyrus Farivar, BBC / PRI The World (Radio), September 23, 2010

Canada’s Research in Motion and its Blackberry Blues
RCI-The Link (Feature Interview), August 17, 2010

RIM vs. India and Saudi Arabia: Let's Make a Deal on Encrypted Data
Jacqueline Emigh, (Online), August 14, 2010

Activists Decry Repression on Internet
Mana Rabiee, VOA News (online) , August 11, 2011

India next in line for BlackBerry access
Feature Interview (Live Radio), CANOE Live (Canada)  - August 11th, 2010

BlackBerry's global politics: Government on side for the business but not the privacy issues.
Anca Gurzu, Embassy Magazine - Canada's Foreign Policy Newsweekly
(Print), August 11, 2010

Saudi Demand On BlackBerry Could Affect Dissidents
Tom Gjelten, NPR (Radio), August 10, 2010,1004,1007,1013,1014,1017,1019,1128

BlackBerry caved to Saudi demands: rights group
Stephen Kurczy, The Christian Science Monitor (Online), August 10, 2010

UAE BlackBerry Ban Highlights State Threat to Broadband Freedom
Philip Hunter, (Print), August 4, 2010

UAE's BlackBerry ban: Why is Canada silent?
Stephen Kurczy, The Christian Science Monitor (Online), August 3, 2010

Website tracks world online censorship reports
Jeannie Nuss, Associated Press, April 9, 2009

Enabling Good and Evil Online
Lee Gomes, Forbes, July 2, 2009

Interview with Robert Guerra about the Freedom on the Net Index
Sami Ben Gharbia, Global Voices Advocacy,  3 April 2009

“Police want new powers for web era”, Canadian Press, August 24, 2004

"Privacy Concerns Dog Google's E-Mail Plans",
DMNews - The Online Newspaper of Record for Direct Marketers, April 12, 2004,

Datamatix Dubtech Summit concludes: more initiatives required to thrust regional managers to the role of CIOs”, AME Info News, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 15th, 2004

“Over 80 IT professionals attend 9th Dubtech Summit”, Khaleej Times, United Arab Emirates, Jan 14th, 2004

Interviewed and Cited, “Civil society angry at being sidelined at WSIS”,
Emrakeb Assefa, The Highway Africa News Agency, December 9, 2003

Feature interview/radio documentary, "Guatemala Documentary"
Monica Kidd, The Current - National Morning Radio Show, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Canada, December 2, 2003

War on Electronic Privacy – Attendees of Computers, Freedom and Privacy conference fight for high tech civil liberties”,
Annalee Newitz, San Francisco Chronicle, April 10, 2003

Net-Privacy Activists Bemoan Anti-Terror Agenda”,  Andy Sullivan and Eric Auchard, Reuters, April 2, 2003

Safe Haven”, Will Rodger, Interactive Week, July 16, 2001,3658,s%253D600%2526a%253D7914,00.asp