Writer + anti-slacktivist
Evgeny Morozov is a journalist, author and an expert on political and social aspects of the Internet. He is currently at work on a book on how the Internet redefines global politics, with a particular focus on how it influences civic engagement and regime stability in closed societies. Evgeny has written on new media and technology for numerous publications, including The Economist, Newsweek, International Herald Tribune, Boston Review, Le Monde, San Francisco Chronicle, Slate and Foreign Policy. He also runs a popular foreign policy blog called Net.Effect. He is currently a fellow at the Open Society Institute and a board member of its Information Program. Born in Belarus, he currently resides in New York.