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Cagle Cartoons: How Will China Respond?

Truman Project Fellow Jason Stanford examines the fallout of the Justice Department indictment of Chinese nationals for cyber espionage. After tiptoeing around the obvious for years, the Obama administration finally did something about corporate espionage when it indicted five Chinese military officers this week. The good news, says one of our country’s top cybersecurity experts, […]

The Jeff Santos Show: Matthew Rhoades

Truman Project Director of Cyberspace and Security Matt Rhoades discusses cyber espionage. Part 1 Part 2

FCW: China faces cyber espionage charges

Truman Project Director of Cyberspace & Security Programs Matthew Rhoades discusses the ramifications of the United States charging Chinese spies with cyber crimes. While U.S.-China cooperation on cybersecurity appears strained, the indictment “may create momentum on the international stage for some type of agreement on cybercrime” in forums such as the European Union’s Convention on […]

Forbes: How Brazil and the EU Are Breaking the Internet

Truman Project Fellow Eli Sugarman explains flaws in new privacy laws in Brazil and the EU and how they could fundamentally change how the internet works. The Internet is a global and borderless network with nearly 3 billion users, but individual governments are undermining the Net’s foundation by extending the reach of their local laws to […]

Foreign Policy: You Better Be Ready to Fight Like Its a Pre-Electronic Age

Truman Project Defense Council Member Captain Jesse Sloman discusses weapons that can disable military communications infrastructure and digital capabilities. The best way to predict the future of warfare is to look to its past. Major battles in the 21st century will be confusing and disorganized affairs more similar to the clashes of a pre-digital age than the […]

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