FREE EXPRESSION

in Asian Cyberspace

Audio files of Days 1 and 2 presentations

PODCASTS of the presentations during the first day, as well as the rest of the second day, of the conference are now available. Click on the links below:

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 5

Session 6

Session 7

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April 23, 2006 Posted by | Podcasts | Leave a comment

Technical workshop 3

THE third and final day of the conference is devoted to learning tools and mechanisms for protecting Asian cyberspace. Nart Villeneuve of the Toronto-based Citizen Lab and Ethan Zuckerman of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School are currently handling the day-long technical sessions on two levels:

  • first, knowing if you’re being blocked, censored or monitored, and
  • second, knowing the Web tools for anonymizing and getting around blocking, filtering and monitoring

Their presentation can be accessed here. Or listen to the first half of the presentation: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

April 21, 2006 Posted by | Podcasts, Presentations | 12 Comments

Technical workshop 2

ANDREW Lih kept everybody glued to their seats beyond the duration of his session with a very interesting presentation on wikis and online collaboration tools. The conference in fact envisions the use of such online tools for continuing collaboration and discussions, and the building of an Asian network for the defense of free expression in cyberspace.

The presentation can be downloaded here. Or you can listen to the audio files: Parts 1 and 2.

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Podcasts, Presentations | 2 Comments

Audio files of Day 2 afternoon sessions

BELOW are available podcasts of the presentations in today's afternoon sessions:

Session 7

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Podcasts | Leave a comment

Audio files of Day 2 morning presentations

DELEGATES can also listen to some of the Day 2 morning presentations by clicking on the links below:

Session 4

Session 5

More podcasts will be made available later.

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Podcasts | Leave a comment