It is still rare to find journalists and editors who understand in a holistic way how technology and geopolitics overlap, let alone how to tell these stories in compelling ways so that their readers can understand how they are affected by the big decisions about internet governance and policy – just as they are by global trade negotiations or international security treaties.
Sen. Joe Lieberman says his cybersecurity bill is necessary to prevent terrorists from dumping 'raw sewage into our lakes.' But privacy groups call it a big step toward Big Brother. Read this article by Declan McCullagh on CNET News.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority, the organization that manages the .CA Internet domain, has consulted with Canadians and discovered that security, access and cost, and digital literacy pose the greatest challenges when it comes to their successful use of the Internet.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates has tightened the law on online dissent, imposing jail terms for anyone who derides or caricatures the Gulf Arab country's rulers or state institutions on the web.
The sole focus of the World Conference on International Telecommunications in Dubai next month, hosted by the UN's International Telecommunication Union, is making regulations valuable to all stakeholders to support future growth in global...
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With the 18th Party Congress less than a month away, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has started tightening its already severe control over the Internet, while announcing a long string of regulations, including an Internet blockade, in the name ...