Why have the Swiss people approved a bill that increases state surveillance? Eimi Harris offers a review of the new surveillance law passed in Switzerland and what the referendum results represents in the way of surveillance, security, and privacy.
Eimi Harris looks into the Vulnerabilities Equities Process and takes into consideration the consequences of disclosing and withholding a zero-day vulnerability from tech firms.
Eimi Harris highlights the need for reform for cross-border data transfer requests to maintain international security and prevent fragmentation in internet governance.
Eimi Harris provides an overview of the Microsoft v. USA case and discusses both the domestic and international implications of its ruling on tech firms, privacy, and data transfers.
Eimi Harris discusses the implications of integrating cyber into NATO’s operational domain and how this will impact diplomatic decision-making.
Eimi Harris discusses the IANA Stewardship Transition proposal, the shift of internet management away from the US government and what its implications will be on international internet governance.
In Part II of the series, Eimi Harris identifies solutions that can be taken at national and international levels to maximize the full economic benefits of digital trade.
In part I, Eimi Harris analyzes the regulatory environment surrounding digital trade and discusses the lack of international coordination, national barriers, and regional fragmentation as limits to economic success.
Eimi Harris reviews the US-China Cybersecurity Agreement and Chinese-Russian cyber-relations to analyze their compatibility on a social, economic and diplomatic level.
Eimi Harris describes the INFOCAT studies and how improved information analysis may impact the current status of cybersecurity.