Technology

To Battle Russian Disinformation, Ukraine Mimics … Russia

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Apr 17th, 2019

Citing ‘Fake News,’ Singapore Could Be Next to Quash Free Expression

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Apr 8th, 2019

The Pentagon Wants to Streamline Security Clearances by Using AI. That’s a Dangerous Idea.

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Apr 8th, 2019

Scramble to Erase New Zealand Attack Videos Exposes Pitfalls Too

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Apr 1st, 2019

The Hidden Issue in Huawei’s Suit Against the United States

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Mar 28th, 2019

Trump and the Demise of the Presidential Records Honor System

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Mar 22nd, 2019

Next Step in Disinformation: How a Dating App Becomes a Weapon

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Mar 21st, 2019

Sizing Up Facebook’s New Disclosures About the Christchurch Shooting

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Mar 21st, 2019

EU ‘Terrorist Content’ Proposal Sets Dire Example for Free Speech Online

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Mar 5th, 2019

The Seven Step Program for Fighting Disinformation

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Feb 28th, 2019

India’s Digital Path: Leaning Democratic or Authoritarian?

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Feb 4th, 2019

Can American Political Candidates Help Stop the Flood of Disinformation with a Pledge?

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Jan 31st, 2019

The Hidden Danger of User-Generated Evidence for International Criminal Justice

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Jan 23rd, 2019

NYPD Spy Drones Fly into Privacy Headwinds

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Jan 22nd, 2019

What the Dublin Tram System Hack Reveals about the Future of Hostage Taking

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Jan 11th, 2019

Give Up the Ghost: A Backdoor by Another Name

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Jan 4th, 2019

Russia’s Tightening Control of Cyberspace Within its Borders

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Dec 24th, 2018

Was Your Voting Machine Hacked? Without More User-Friendly Devices, We May Not Know

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Nov 16th, 2018

Don’t Be Fooled: There Was Election Interference in 2018

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Nov 7th, 2018

Election Security is an Immediate National Security Concern

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Oct 31st, 2018

Psy-Ops, Meet Cyber-Ops: U.S. Takes on Russian Trolls

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Oct 29th, 2018

Two New Reports Expose How Black Americans Are Targeted by Russian Disinformation

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Oct 24th, 2018

Planning for ‘Cyber Fallout’ After the Iranian Nuclear Deal

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Oct 16th, 2018

On Big Brother Watch v. U.K.: The Future of Surveillance at Two Europe-Wide Courts

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Oct 15th, 2018

New U.K. Law Fails European Court Standards on Mass Interception Disclosed by Snowden

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Sep 27th, 2018

Shining a Light on Federal Law Enforcement’s Use of Computer Hacking Tools

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Sep 19th, 2018

How Trump’s Pressure on Google Threatens Government Manipulation of Search Results

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Sep 4th, 2018

Exclusive: U.N. Human Rights Experts Meet With Facebook on “Overly Broad” Definitions of Terrorist Content

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Sep 3rd, 2018

Tech Companies Are Still Slow Walking Disclosures of Election Interference and Controlling Hate Speech

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Aug 22nd, 2018

A U.S. GDPR? Not Even Close  

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Aug 20th, 2018

Election Interference Is Just a Symptom. Evaporation of Trust is the Disease.

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Aug 9th, 2018

Google’s Dragonfly: A Bellwether for Human Rights in the Digital Age

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Aug 2nd, 2018

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