Recent history has shown that states often use their offensive cyber arsenals to achieve surprisingly de-escalatory effects.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission follows regulators in countries including the U.S. and Germany in taking action against the way “tech giants” harvest and exploit their users’ data.
The nascent RuNet is meant to allow the country to survive an attack — and Putin to monitor and control the population.
It's not just about 5G.
I Researched Uighur Society in China for 8 Years and Watched How Technology Opened New Opportunities – Then Became a Trap
The Muslim ethnic minority must carry their smartphones or risk being detained.
The new committee will address critical security issues that trouble the open skies.
Twitter, Facebook Turn Off Hundreds of Accounts Linked to Chinese Disinformation about Hong Kong Protests
In simultaneous press releases, the social-media companies say they have shut down large amounts of Beijing-controlled activity.
Most refugees who apply for asylum in the U.S. never set foot in the country, but under an agreement with the United Nations, DHS and its partners can still build biometric profiles on them.
Party propaganda has morphed from dry sermons to "indoctritainment."
Africa will be the most populous continent. Islam will be the most popular religion. And there are going to be a lot more old people.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development released its global standards, which aim to ensure AI is designed to be robust, safe, fair and trustworthy.
The Trump administration is making its voice heard across global organizations.
Hackers have been methodically gaining access to domain name services that allow malware-laden emails to look like they come from legitimate organizations.
The legislation would create a White House office to help the government punch back against economic espionage.
The House bill closely tracks a standalone bill to restore and elevate the cyber coordinator’s office.
The vote is a rare rift on cyber policy with the Trump administration.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shuttered the office in September.
The claim comes after the department downgraded its main cyber diplomacy office.
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