July 16, 2009.
Five thousand people. This was far more than Sebastin had anticipated, and 4,000 more than he needed. One thousand would have met his expectations just fine.
This assignment was thankfully coming to a close. It had taken months to get the information—much longer than he had predicted. Soon, he would hand over the list to Rajive, get paid, and be done. Then, he could go back and concentrate on what ACCL was really about, ensuring the right to free speech, to a free Internet across all demographics, conquering the “digital divide,” and things that he and the other founders—Mark, Elizabeth, and Nate—actually knew something about.
So how did he get away with telling Stephen the story he had told ...