Cyber persistence holds promise for norms because it aligns with core characteristics of cyberspace that motivate malicious behavior, addresses destabilizing behaviors, and builds momentum for new rules of customary law for the cyber context.
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Digital solidarity is an alternative path to achieving technological self-determination through partnerships and alliances among open, democratic, and rule-bound societies.
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China has entered into a substantial collection of written agreements with U.S. states for the purpose of promoting technology transfer in a number of strategically sensitive fields.
Digital transnational repression has a chilling effect on exiled and diaspora activists and dissidents who find themselves repressed by authoritarian states, even in places where they assumed they had a relative degree of safety and freedom.
The event will bring together more than fifty leading academics and practitioners from across the globe to assess the present and future role of international law in regulating state cyber operations.
Major tech companies have begun to employ Microsoft’s strategy of suing cybercriminals who operate major botnets or engage in massive phishing schemes.
It isn’t a social media site but a decentralized collection of servers that represents an entirely different way of organizing social media.
The declaration means to persuade misbehaving democracies to stop internet transgressions.
Congress is considering major proposals that seek to provide greater transparency from social media companies.