2012_0625_net_freedom_fellows_mState Department DipNote Blog Post by Ambassador Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe, U.S. Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council: Last week, I had the chance to spend time with the Internet Freedom Fellows, six young human rights activists, each of whom is working in his or her own way to promote and defend freedom of expression, freedom of peaceful assembly and association, and all other human rights on the Internet. The Internet Freedom Fellows (IFF) program is funded by the State Department's Innovation Fund and the U.S. Mission in Geneva, and was designed to follow up on Secretary Clinton's pledge to find innovative ways to promote the use of the Internet in support of human rights. Read the Full Article
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