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Jonathan Lin

Jonathan Lin is a senior English major attending his final academic year at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. He is Chinese American currently living in the dynamic city of Hong Kong, where technology is firmly embedded into the culture. His main interests are technology public policy, particularly those that concern structural or social networks such as cloud computing. In between browsing smartphone reviews and browsing the think-tanks that populate my Twitterfeed, he tries to keep pace with the cultural developments in China and the West, including the emergence of a formidable social media presence in the world’s most populated country. All this happens when he’s not watching films by Wong-Kar Wai, Paul Wes Anderson, Zhang Yimou, Akira Kurosawa, or Elia Kazan.

"Twitternado – Social Media Becoming a New Way to Watch Movies?"   Ethical Technology  (Jul 19, 2013)

"CISPA Reborn"   Ethical Technology  (Apr 20, 2013)

"Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA)"   Ethical Technology  (Feb 27, 2013)

"Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451: Adapted to Screen"   Ethical Technology  (Feb 21, 2013)

"Technology and the Changing Landscape of Journalism"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 17, 2012)

"What do We Do About Multinational Corporations that Help Oppressive Governments?"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 14, 2012)

"Toddlers and Tablets"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 12, 2012)

"Emerging Technological Innovation in China"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 5, 2012)

"Hand Written Letters in the Digital Age"   Ethical Technology  (Nov 22, 2012)

"Review: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less from Each Other"   Ethical Technology  (Nov 8, 2012)

"“Caught In The Web” - Netizen Flames in Chinese Cinema"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 26, 2012)

"Ushahidi - Crowdsourcing Democracy, from Kenya to the World"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 19, 2012)

Four Interns Join IEET’s Revamped Internship Program (Jan 27, 2013)