September 18, 2017Russia
Scapegoating Facebook is an easy way to explain the relative success of Russia's influence operations during the U.S. election in 2016. However it distracts from more fundamental questions on how ele…
September 13, 2017India
Last month, India's Supreme Court affirmed that the country's constitution enshrines a right to privacy. The implications of the decision will reverberate around the world.
August 30, 2017European Union
Europe's approach to cyber defense is a mix of good intentions, guidelines, and an alphabet soup of organizational acronyms. If the EU wants to be taken seriously, its cyber defense efforts need an o…
August 28, 2017Robots and Artificial Intelligence
The tech world hopes that artificial intelligence (AI) will make our lives easier, but are they paying enough attention to its inherent cybersecurity vulnerabilities?
August 21, 2017Digital Policy
New laws in democratic countries that force social media platforms to remove disinformation will encourage autocratic countries to do the same, with devastating effects on human rights.
June 26, 2017Germany
U.S. tech firms have always found the European market a tricky one to navigate. Germany's new social media law is the latest challenge they will have to overcome.
August 9, 2017China
China's new artificial intelligence strategy is a signal that Beijing wants to be a leader in AI. How it gets there is a different story.
August 7, 2017Elections and Voting
Artificial intelligence has helped politicians get elected, but what effect is it having on democracy?