Author

Evgeny Morozov

Columnist

Evgeny Morozov, a Belarussian, is a columnist for the Russian newspaper Akzia and director for new media with Transitions Online, where he promotes blogging, podcasting and other forms of citizen media in the countries of the former Soviet bloc.

Before moving to Berlin, where he now lives, he spent four years in the Balkans.

He blogs at Sharp and Sound about global affairs and at belarus.tolblogs.org about Belarus.

Articles by Evgeny Morozov

Welcome to Russian Consumer Democracy

How are bloggers giving birth to a vigorous consumer democracy emerged in Russia, of all places?

October 23, 2007

A Russian Oligarch Faces the “Streisand Effect”

What happens when Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov tries to buy Arsenal, the world's top football club — and runs into media trouble?

September 28, 2007

Forget Web 2.0. Say Hello to Web 3.0

What does the advent of Web 3.0 have in store for the Internet — and society as a whole?

May 18, 2007

Blogs As the New Frontier in Human Rights

Does the future of political activism and human rights lie in the blogosphere?

April 24, 2007

Hillary, 1984 and the Future of Copyright

How might the 2008 election's hottest viral video ad cause companies to rethink their commitment to copyright?

March 29, 2007

Belarus: Joining the Axis of Evil Instead of the EU

Will EU-imposed sanctions on Belarus force the country to align with rogue states?

April 18, 2006

Belarus’ “Denim Revolution” Will Not Be Televised

Can the internet help end President Lukashenko's 12-year authoritarian rule?

March 13, 2006