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Deibert's study draws on four years of research with Tibet Action and nine other cooperating civil society groups.
Eight are China or Tibet-focused; two are large international human rights organizations.
While pursuing his traditional monastic academic studies at the monastery, Gonsa Rinpoche also received numerous advanced Tantric Buddhist teachings, transmissions and empowerments from some of the greatest masters of Tibetan Buddhism.
As an exceptionally gifted student, he completed his studies with the highest distinction, receiving his Geshe Lharampa degree (the highest academic recognition in Tibetan Buddhist tradition) in 2013.
Altogether the groups forwarded more than 800 suspicious emails to Citizen Lab, an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs.
Experts there scanned the emails for malicious software, checked several organizations' networks for intruders, interviewed campaigners and, in the case of one particularly hard-hit human rights organization, combed through half a dozen hard drives.
There's little doubt that groups like Tibet Action need protection.
A major study published Tuesday by Internet watchdog Citizen Lab shows that it and other civil society organizations have been penetrated by cyberspies, many of them linked to China.
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A lecture titled "Symbolism of the Sand Mandala in Buddhism" will be given on Thursday, Feb. At age eight, Gonsa Rinpoche received his novice ordination from His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
In the same year, he joined Drepung Loseling Monastery in South India for his monastic training.
Their appearance is sponsored by Oxford’s Pierce Program in Religion and part of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tour to promote the monastery and the artistic activities of Tibet.
The mandala's construction can be viewed in real time through a web camera link or by visiting the Oxford library. 20, and the mandala construction will take place throughout the week on the library’s first floor. His Eminence Gonsa Rinpoche will speak to students at this event, with translation by Geshe Nyima Tsering.