The Hill Instances met Ronald J. Deibert, writer of Reset: reclaiming the Web for civilized society, and winner of this yr’s prestigious Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing from the Writers’ Belief of Canada for $ 25,000 on his method house from British Columbia to Ontario. Mr. Deibert, who acquired the award on September twenty second, is the director of the Citizen Lab on the Munk College of World Affairs and Public Coverage on the College of Toronto. His guide Reset to default, revealed by Home of Anansi Press, was additionally nominated for the Donner Prize 2020. The three-member jury, consisting of writer and professor Peter Dauvergne, CBC Information Ottawa presenter Adrian Harewood and Toronto Star The Ottawa bureau chief Heather Scoffield selected Reset as a result of it combines “compelling new data with in-depth analysis and important literary advantage.”
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