Talk:Rebecca MacKinnon

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Kittengate[edit]

Public letter to Obama[edit]

Rebecca MacKinnon on January 28, 2009 published an open letter to President Obama http://rconversation.blogs.com/rconversation/2009/01/dear-president-obama-in-talking-to-china-remember-its-people.html, I think this is a very important document. I nominate this Open-letter to be included into Wikisource. Arilang talk 09:47, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

current location and job[edit]

as reported in a blog post by herself at the beginning of January, she is not living in hong kong anymore. And she takes a job at Princeton to have the time to write a book. -- 131.220.192.81 (talk) 09:54, 18 January 2010 (UTC)

Links to bios at various websites[edit]

While tidying up the list of external links, I found the bios of Ms MacKinnon at the websites of her post-CNN work places. I thought I might as well record them for future use. Here they are:

2004 - 2006 Berkman Center for Internet and Society Harvard
2007 - 2008 Journalism and Media Studies Center University of Hong Kong
2009 Soros Open Society Institute
2010 Center for Information Technology Policy Princeton
Fall 2010 - present New America Foundation