Janka Oertel - 18 February 2020
Bipartisan US pressure over China is rubbing Europeans up the wrong way. But the Americans are right that hard choices await.
Mark Bunting - 30 January 2020
Platform governance has slipped the moorings of national law and democratic accountability, while “regulation by outrage” has filled the policy gap.
Carla Hobbs - 14 November 2019
Figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society argue in favour of adequate regulation to mitigate the harmful effects of the internet. But what should this regulation look like?
Stefan Soesanto - 30 October 2017
It is high-time for the Europeans to wake up from their hopes and dreams to build norms and rules for state behaviour in cyberspace.
Stefan Soesanto & Fosca D'Incau - 15 August 2017
The top down UN GGE process appears dead in the water. International norms and laws for responding to cyber attacks must now be built from the bottom up.
Stefan Soesanto & Fosca D'Incau - 19 July 2017
Part of the solution is to rely on the internet’s most essential strength - its vast army of ordinary users.
Stefan Soesanto - 09 May 2017
So stark is the absence of interesting information that one could conclude that the Macronleak was a false flag operation designed to point the finger at Russia.
Iva Kopraleva - 20 January 2017
Stefan Soesanto - 24 October 2016
The curtailment of law enforcement cooperation between the UK and the European Union will be an inevitable consequence of the British exit.
Stefan Soesanto - 04 October 2016
The digital challenges related to Brexit are stark but clear. There is no excuse for any policy misstep from May's government.
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