Universities to Study Net Censorship, Surveillance

Published in The Ottawa Citizen, Tuesday, January 31, 2006

by Andrew Mayeda

A University of Toronto research lab and its partners have landed $3 million U.S. to study Internet censorship and surveillance worldwide. The money will go to the OpenNet Initiative, a joint project among Harvard Law School, Cambridge and Oxford universities, and University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, an interdisciplinary lab that studies the connection between digital media and civic politics.

Here is the full press release. Many thanks to the support of the MacArthur Foundation for the work of the OpenNet Initiative

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