A few days ago, I published an article in Truthdig about what we call "e-speech" -- freedom of expression in digital media. The article attempts to pull several issues (e.g. net neutrality, electronic privacy, walled gardens, asymmetrical access) together under one umbrella, and to propose market- and technology-based solutions to these challenges. It's been getting some positive feedback, so I think we did something right -- although some people have taken issue with the new coinage. The idea was to come up with something less clunky than "free expression in digital media" that didn't sound too techy or too legalese, and would be appealing and simple enough to garner support outside of the circles of the digerati. I think the phrase works, but I guess the proof will be in the pudding.
Bonus trivia: my co-author, Masha Zager, is also my mom.