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Ronda Hauben is a researcher, writer and freelance journalist, who has spent the past 14 years studying, writing and participating in online media. Along with Michael Hauben, she wrote 'Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet' which is a pioneering study of the history and social impact of Internet. A print edition of Netizens appeared in 1997 in English and also in Japanese. The book was put online in 1994. The url for the online version is: http://www.columbia.edu/~hauben/netbook/
No. Article Date
U.N. Web Site Hacked With Protest Message
Online discussion monitors U.N.'s ability to tighten security
41
An Italian software developer Giorgio Maone, on his blog hackademix.net, proposed that the trespassers had gotten access... >>more
2007.08.16
U.S. Policy and the Korean Hostage Crisis
Controversy over the role of the American government in Afghanistan?
42
The essence of the argument made by the U.S. government is that there is a need to maintain solidarity in the fight agai... >>more
2007.08.08
The Net and Netizens Watchdogging Government
Thoughts on the 10th anniversary of the print edition of 'Netizens'
43
This is still a relatively early stage in the development of netizens exploring how the Internet can facilitate investig... >>more
2007.07.29
Ban Ki-Moon's Role of UN Secretary General
[Part 2] Impact of press on actions of the UN head
44
A difficult period for Ban's predecessor, Secretary General Kofi Annan was caused by the "Oil for Food Scandal." Annan ... >>more
2007.07.03
Ban Ki-Moon's Role of UN Secretary General
[Part 1] Ronda Hauben asks if there is a guiding vision in the organization
45
When Ban outlined the beginning elements for the new role he was to assume in the Hankyoreh interview, he planned for th... >>more
2007.06.30
Weapons of Mass Destruction Syndrome and the Press
[Analysis] How does one prove a negative?
46
There was no way for Iraq to disprove the accusations. Thus much of the U.S. press, in cooperation with various U.S. gov... >>more
2007.06.24
The Participatory Nature of OhmyNews
Citizen reporters passionately committed to social change
47
Mr. Oh realized it is not enough to break a news story. What is judged as news in South Korea (and similarly in the U.S.... >>more
2007.05.29
Behind the Blacklisting of Banco Delta Asia
Is the policy aimed at targeting China as well as North Korea?
48
In his statement, Au explains the history of his bank's relations with North Korea and how there was only one experience... >>more
2007.05.18
Bill Moyers and the Emergence of U.S. Citizen Journalism
Power of government creates need for investigative news
49
The origin and development of citizen journalism presents the basis for a very different model, however. The basis is fo... >>more
2007.05.07
Iran's Rights and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
[Analysis] U.N. Security Council processes fail to consider all the issues
50
Iran contends that under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) the IAEA does not have the legal authority to force ... >>more
2007.03.29
North Korea's $25 Million and Banco Delta Asia
[Opinion] Another abuse under the U.S. Patriot Act (2001)
51
The original purpose was allegedly related to the prevention, detection and prosecution of money laundering connected to... >>more
2007.03.21
U.S., North Korea Move to Open Ties
Christopher Hill and Kim Kye-gwan hold meeting in New York on first steps
52
"I feel I've got a lot of support," he said, "and as long as I can show some results I'll get more support. Diplomatic n... >>more
2007.03.07
ElBaradei Argues for Negotiation With Iran
Sees "window of opportunity" to diffuse crisis
53
ElBaradei explains that the hostile actions and words against a nation are a pressure that can provoke a nation to feel ... >>more
2007.03.01
What Role Will Ban Ki-moon Play?
[Analysis] The struggle over reform at the U.N.
54
During Ban's first few weeks in his new position, he has appeared to vacillate between the reform agenda of the G77 and ... >>more
2007.02.14
Hardliners Attack UNDP Aid to North Korea
Allegations of corruption seen as attempt to undermine engagement
55
"We didn't give them any money to squander," explains Ghulam Faruq Achikzad, who worked as the resident representative f... >>more
2007.02.06
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