The Internet Skeptic - BusinessWeek
Evgeny Morozov is a skeptic in a world of Internet believers. His forthcoming book, entitled Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom, delves into how governments are using technology to silence dissenting voices and shape public opinion. In his blog, Net Effect, Morozov—currently a visiting scholar at Stanford University—has dissected Moldova’s Twitter revolution and chronicled Google’s (GOOG) contretemps in China.
In a series of posts starting in September, Morozov exposed gaping flaws in an anticensorship program called Haystack. The software purportedly let Iranian political dissidents access banned websites without detection.