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Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs: Do Global Networks Require “Cruise Directors”?

Truman Project co-founder and President Emeritus Rachel Kleinfeld participated in a discussion about global networks to discuss the best practices. The discussion included topics such as a way for organizations with global networks to pinpoint good practices, challenges, and solutions to successfully deploy networks across countries and continents for transformative change. Rachel Kleinfeld, founder of […]

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 […]

Al Jazeera America: Turkey’s Youtube Shutdown

Truman National Security Project Fellow Ari Ratner explains how Turkey’s shutdown of prominent social media sites affects Prime Minister Erdoğan Watch the full clip.

Politico Magazine: No, the U.S. Isn’t ‘Giving Up Control’ of the Internet

In a recent article to Politico Magazine, Truman Fellow Katherine Maher explains how the US Dept. of Commerce decision to globalize part of it’s oversight of the Internet to the global community is actually designed to protect the freedom of the Internet. On a sleepy Friday afternoon last week, the U.S. Department of Commerce dropped what […]

CBS Minnesota: News and Views 1pm Hour

Truman National Security Project Fellow Katherine Maher discusses net neutrality in regards to security and internet privacy. Click here to listen to the full interview

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