Mikhail Doroshevich (Belarusian language:Міхаіл Дарашэвіч) is a founder of e-belarus.ORG, a Minsk-based news and analytical site covering developments in ICT in Belarus and Information Policy Blog, which provides daily news about information policy. DoWire.org Democracies Online features him as one of the most notable human rights bloggers on the Internet. Mr. Doroshevich is a frequent contributor to Internet periodicals about technology and freedom in Eastern Europe.
Doroshevich influenced the 2005 Belarus government policy change allowing Wi-Fi access. He advocates for communications technology freedom and related human rights issues in Belarus and neighboring countries.
- DoWire.org Democracies Online
- Digital Media Europe article - one of several Doroshevich articles for this publication.
- EUmap.org article by Doroshevich about human rights organizations and the Internet in Belarus.
- Openspectrum.info news report quoting Doroshevich about the Belarus government's change in policy to allow Wi-Fi access.
-  a 1998 story quoting Doroshevich about Russian e-mail surveillance.
- UNESCO page publishing Doroshevich's report on the Belarus government and the Internet.
- Belarusian Mass Media Online e-belarus.org has recently conducted a survey of Belarusian online news sources.
- ePolitics 2006: Online Campaigning in 2006 Presidential Election in Belarus
- Belarusian Major Tax Payers Online
- Belarusian Online Journalism: Citizens' Generated Content And Web 2.0