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
Truman National Security Project Fellow Eli Sugarman discusses Brazil and its lack of internet freedom. According to a recent report, Brazil holds the dubious distinction of having witnessed the second largest decline in internet freedom of any country in 2013. This is a direct result of its schizophrenic internet policies that must be changed. Rather than breathing new […]
Truman Project fellow Christopher Finan discusses the use of the internet as a diplomatic tool and how free expression and exchange of ideas influences international security issues. Click here to see entire video.
Truman Project associate security fellow, Candace Yu, highlights the need for cyberlegislation. US lawmakers have focused on preventing both cyberspying and cyberattacks. In February, President Obama issued an executive order on cybersecurity that requested that utility companies participate in a voluntary information-sharing program so that the government can help them stop assaults. Obama is also expected to address […]
Recently, the U.N. held closed-door negotiations on the future of the internet. Countries like the U.S. and Britain butted heads with the likes of Iran and Russia, debating whether or not nations can cut off internet access at their whim. Yet while the freedom of the internet is essential, a more pressing issue remains unresolved. Will these […]