A summary of last week’s hearings on “fake news” by members of the U.K. Parliament.
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Takeaways from a recent Hebrew University international law workshop on the Tallinn Manuals on Cyber Operations.
Airlines must now transmit passport data to destination governments thanks to the U.N. Security Council unanimous order that the Trump administration secured.
How the U.S. government can approach the problem.
It’s hard to understand why the government bragged publicly about attributing an attack to North Korea that it concedes it cannot retaliate against.
In order to understand the issue of security and mobile phones, the FBI and the DOJ need to threat model; from the evidence, it seems they haven’t yet.
A look at how the bill could strengthen international cybersecurity efforts with the proposed “Office of Cyber Issues” and reinstatement of the eliminated cyber coordinator position.
More research and development resources should be dedicated to preparing for defense against the non-military uses of unmanned autonomous weapons.