What happened in Texas should be a warning of what Americans will face from the next generation of the internet and the new realm of cybersecurity risk it will dramatically amplify.
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Over a month after the insurrection, the significance of the cybersecurity-related damage remains unknown. Congress should take this moment as an opportunity to shore up the Capitol's digital systems.
The United States’s track record in responding to the coronavirus pandemic has been awful. Yet the success of its vaccine development efforts shows that when it comes to biotechnology, the U.S. outpaces China and other rivals.
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.
Congress may soon consider whether or not to create a Bureau of Cyber Statistics. They should do so in a manner that gives the new bureau sufficient authority and capability to create a new, effective federal statistical agency. The implementing legislation will need to resolve several practical questions, which we review here.
The journalism that the Parler archive enabled highlights what would be lost in letting website owners outlaw common internet research techniques.
We may soon have a national cyber director. What problems is this office meant to address, what authorities will it have and what questions will remain?
The Cyberspace Solarium Commission recommended that Congress establish a Bureau of Cyber Statistics. How should this body be organized?
Government agencies need to be able to access the datasets that drive the tech sector.