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There are a lot of Chinese component suppliers in the U.S. energy grid. What’s the supply-chain security risk?
Comforting claims have circulated in recent days that there is nothing to fear from deepfakes. We profoundly disagree.
Evaluating various approaches to cyber risk quantification can help inform the development of a public standard for measuring cybersecurity.
There are long-overlooked dangers embedded within the adoption of digital technologies—and as society shifts online during the pandemic, consumers and policymakers must figure out how to address those risks.
Many legal questions arose after the recent cyber operations against the health sector throughout the world, but there is still little legal conversation at the international level on how to approach these malicious acts that often have dire consequences.
On Thursday, April 30, at 11:00 a.m. ET, join Lawfare Editor in Chief Benjamin Wittes for a discussion with Jack Goldsmith and Andrew Keane Woods on their recent essay on internet speech and surveillance.
Neither of us has ever written anything that has been as misinterpreted as this piece in The Atlantic.
The United States should seize the opportunity to help Africa develop its tech infrastructure and business sector.
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