Jesse Brown, the host of “Search Engine” on TVO.org, interviews CPJ Internet Advocacy Coordinator Danny O’Brien about the Internet’s impact on politics and culture.
O’Brien talks about the conflict between Canadian-based Research in Motion (RIM) and several governments in the Middle East over access to BlackBerry users’ e-mails. O’Brien has previously written about “Why governments don’t need RIM to crack the BlackBerry” on the CPJ Blog.
TVO is a public educational media organization based in Ontario, Canada.
Please follow this link to listen to the 21-minute pod cast.