Gary Corn

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Gary Corn is the director of the Technology, Law & Security Program at the American University Washington College of Law; a senior fellow at the Army Cyber Institute; and a member of the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security. A retired U.S. Army colonel, Corn served in several key positions, including as the staff judge advocate to U.S. Cyber Command and deputy legal counsel to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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Cyber & Technology

How to Think About Chinese-Owned Technology Platforms Operating in the United States

A new report entitled “Chinese Technology Platforms Operating in the United States” sets forth a framework for understanding the various threats posed by Chinese-owned technology platforms operating in the United States and for assessing the various costs and benefits of proposed responses to these threats.


Covert Deception, Strategic Fraud, and the Rule of Prohibited Intervention

If information is power, then the corruption of information is the erosion, if not the outright usurpation, of power. This is especially true in the information age, where developments in the technological structure and global interconnectedness of information and telecommunications infrastructure have enabled states to engage in malicious influence campaigns at an unprecedented scope, scale, depth, and speed.