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[liberationtech] Announcing finalists (and soon winners) for the Access Tech Innovation Prize

Brian Conley brianc at smallworldnews.tv
Thu Dec 6 14:16:42 PST 2012


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On Dec 7, 2012 12:12 AM, "Brian Duggan" <bcdugga at gmail.com> wrote:

> We also want to say thanks to Access and their hard work on a prize
> competition that produced and will support such great projects. Access
> chose a fantastic group of finalists and we wish the best of luck to
> everyone in the awards ceremony.
>
> Brian
>
>
> On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 3:08 PM, Brian Duggan <bcdugga at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Thanks, Gustaf!
>>
>> A quick note: Flashproxy was started and is maintained by David Fiefield
>> at Stanford University. The Open Technology Institute developed a proof of
>> concept that demonstrated that Flashproxy could be easily distributed
>> through a Facebook application. OTI's application was strictly to fully
>> develop the Facebook application, and David was supportive of our
>> application.
>>
>> We at OTI couldn't come up with a decent name for the Facebook
>> application. Just wanted to clarify that David, not OTI, is the primary
>> driver behind Flashproxy :)
>>
>> Brian Duggan
>> Technologist
>> Open Technology Institute
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 1:45 PM, Gustaf Björksten <gustaf at accessnow.org>wrote:
>>
>>> Hi everybody,
>>>
>>> The finalists of the Access Technology Innovation Prize have been
>>> announced. The projects selected by the judges as finalists are:
>>>
>>> Blackout Resilience Award: Briar, Linux en Caja + BogotaMesh +
>>> RedPaTodos + Hackbo, Project Byzantium, RePress - Greenhost
>>>
>>> Making Crypto Easy: Enigmail, GPG Clipboard - Open Technology Institute,
>>> HTTPS Everywhere - Electronic Frontier Foundation, LEAP Encryption
>>> Access Project
>>>
>>> Freedom of Expression Award (Golden Jellybean 1): Free Network
>>> Foundation, Initiative for China + Tahrir Project, Open Observatory for
>>> Network Interference (OONI), Project Gulliver - Greenhost, Storymaker -
>>> Small World News and Guardian Project
>>>
>>> Grassroots Technology Award (Golden Jellybean 2): Flashproxy - Open
>>> Technology Institute, Haroon Rashid Shah, Interactive Voice
>>> Response-Based Market Information System - Marye, Mengistu Miskir,
>>> Maletsabisa Molapo, Reticle - Malice Afterthought
>>>
>>> Facebook Award: Map Kibera Trust, BigWebNoise, Seven Sisters, Social
>>> Media for Democracy
>>>
>>> For further information on the projects please follow the link below:
>>>
>>>
>>> https://www.accessnow.org/blog/2012/12/04/announcing-the-access-tech-innovation-prize-finalists
>>>
>>> The winners will be announced this Monday 10th December at an awards
>>> party in New York City. All welcome to attend (please RSVP to
>>> rsvp at accessnow.org). The official invitation for the awards ceremony and
>>> party can be found at the following location:
>>>
>>> https://www.accessnow.org/TIP-awards
>>>
>>> All the very best,
>>>
>>> --
>>> Gustaf Björksten
>>> Technology Director
>>> Access
>>> https://www.accessnow.org
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