Two Citizen Lab articles have been included in a new initiative called “Museum of Social Media”. Wiley offers free ‘exhibits’ of articles from Wiley journals. The current double exhibit is titled “Protest Catalysts and The e-State” and includes content related to the use of social media in protests, from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, but also as a tool of governments.

Citizen Lab Director Ronald Deibert and Research Manager Masashi Crete-Nishihata’s piece on ethics in cyberspace, “Blurred Boundaries: Probing the Ethics of Cyberspace Research”, as well as Professor Deibert’s article titled “Dark Guests and Great Firewalls: The Internet and Chinese Security Policy”, are listed free for download and can be accessed here.