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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I. Liberation vs. Control in Cyberspace
1. Liberation Technology
2. Liberation vs. Control: The Future of Cyberspace
3. International Mechanisms of Cyberspace Controls
4. Whither Internet Control?
Part II. Liberation Technology in China
5. The Battle for the Chinese Internet
6. China's "Networked Authoritarianism"
Part III. Liberation Technology in the Middle East
7. Ushahidi as a Liberation Technology
8. Egypt and Tunisia: The Role of Digital Media
9. Circumventing Internet Censorship in the Arab World
10. Social Media, Dissent, and Iran's Green Movement
Part IV: Policy Recommendations
11. Challenges for International Policy
Index