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Internet Controls — Thwarting Terrorism Or Silencing Dissent?
When the internet exploded beyond the early confines of US military and academic communications in the late-1990s, the US Congress believed that the internet should grow and flourish relatively unfettered by potential litigation and government regulation.
United States
30 Aug 2018
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International Law In The Era of Cyberwar
Intelligence agencies of the United States and the Department of Homeland Security in particular have accused Russia publicly of internet espionage intended to interfere with the US presidential election.
United States
2 Nov 2016
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Politics And Elections In The Era Of Cyberwarfare
If that were not enough, now candidates have to deal with the new reality of cyber warfare.
United States
19 Oct 2016
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U.S. ‘Sniffer' Jets Seek To Detect North Korea Nuclear Detonations
There have been recent claims that North Korea successfully conducted a hydrogen bomb test. Plainly, if North Korea has this capability, there would be cause for concern.
United States
13 Jan 2016
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Dangerous Technology Requires Old-Fashioned Diplomatic Solution
In these blogs over the years, we have covered many of the fantastic advantages of high technology.
United States
3 Dec 2014
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The Failure Of International Organizations To Prevent War
World War I was supposed to be "war to end all wars." And the League of Nations and the subsequent United Nations were designed to keep countries at peace.
United States
16 Oct 2014
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EU Debate Over Cybersecurity Laws
The European Commission published a proposal for a Directive on Network and Information Security on 7 February 2013, which was accompanied by a cybersecurity strategy containing non-legislative measures on a broad range of issues.
United States
1 Jul 2013
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Cybersecurity Bill Passes The House, But What's Next?
The House has approved the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, which allows private companies and the federal government to exchange information relating to cybersecurity threats.
United States
26 Apr 2013
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Perspective: Uncle Sam´s Half Step to Protect Laptop Data
We are understandably tired of hearing about the potential compromise of personal information contained on lost government laptop computers. Indeed, in the past couple of months alone, the epartment of Veterans Affairs, the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Trade Commission have grappled with laptops that have gone missing that contained large amounts of private data.
United States
27 Jul 2006
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Perspective: How Do You Really Feel About e-snooping?
In this era when the federal government says it must take steps to combat and prevent terrorism, the knee-jerk assumption might be to believe that the American public supports governmental surveillance steps.
United States
22 Mar 2006
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Perspective: In Federal e-security We Trust? Not a Chance
Do you trust the federal government when it comes to your privacy and the handling of your personal information? Is your personally identifiable data handled by the government in a way that your privacy might be breached or such that your data is safe? Inquiring minds want to know. your personal information? Is your personally identifiable data handled by the government in a way that your privacy might be breached or such that your data is safe? Inquiring minds want to know.
United States
2 Mar 2006
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Perspective: The Left and Right Hands of Cybersecurity
Notwithstanding all the tough talk about defeating terrorism, the expression "good enough for government work" is, unfortunately, relevant when it comes to cybersecurity.
United States
10 Feb 2006
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