Canadian’s reliance on the internet and the amount of personal data stored there creates data privacy concerns that the government ought to remedy.
The NATO Association of Canada’s editors share their thoughts on Australia’s new media code, and its dispute with Facebook and Google.
TikTok has been banned in India and the United States may follow suit. In his new article, Alex Johnson examines the TikTok controversy and assesses the app’s potential to compromise national security.
For the past twenty years the internet has become more and more embedded in the lives of millions of people. This change has not just been taking place in affluent developed countries, but has rather spread to many developing countries as well. In fact, the gap is narrowing in terms of the number of Read More…
The Internet of Things combined with Big Data presents a new paradigm that offers unprecedented potential for improving life, but also poses serious challenges for security, privacy, justice, and democracy.
The security threats posed by crypto-currencies and the dark web must inevitably be managed by an intergovernmental body.
Did social media influence the outcome of the American elections? In light of Google, Facebook & Twitter’s recent policy changes, Charlotte Provost explores the role of the internet in divulging information to the public, and its potential influence on the global community.
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 analyzes the draft version of the Burr-Feinstein encryption bill and why US technology firms have dubbed it the “anti-encryption” bill.