Assorted links

1. Did the telegraph bring peace? 2. Zeebo: taking gaming to the next billion players 3. Cyberwar’s first casualty: your privacy 4. One Internet Village, Divided: In Developing Countries, Web Grows Without Profit 5. Is there anything that cyber attackers won’t target? Cyber attackers ‘may target games’ (that is Olypmic games in London). 6. Blogs ...

1. Did the telegraph bring peace?

1. Did the telegraph bring peace?

2. Zeebo: taking gaming to the next billion players

3. Cyberwar’s first casualty: your privacy

4. One Internet Village, Divided: In Developing Countries, Web Grows Without Profit

5. Is there anything that cyber attackers won’t target? Cyber attackers ‘may target games’ (that is Olypmic games in London).

6. Blogs rule as Fiji regime cracks down on media

7. "Digital natives" beware: guidelines on preventing Internet addiction issued in China

Evgeny Morozov is a fellow at the Open Society Institute and sits on the board of OSI's Information Program. He writes the Net Effect blog on ForeignPolicy.com

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