"Information and Communications Technology (ICT)"
13 Apr 2015
Asia-Pacific Cyber Insights
Author: Klée Aiken, Jessica Woodall
Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
This report provides an overview of the key themes and questions addressed at a workshop on perspectives in the Asia-Pacific on a number of key cyberspace issues.
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The Hidden World of Algorithms
Author: Luke Dormehl, Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, Daniel Neyland
This is a transcript of a panel discussion on the benefits of algorithms as well as the privacy and governance issues they raise in light of their extensive use in a range of sectors, such as finance, commerce, the media and law enforcement.
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Cyber Security Capacity Building in Developing Countries
Author: Lilly Pijnenburg Muller
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)
A strong cyber capacity is crucial for states to progress and develop in economic, political and social spheres.
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Using Big Data to Understand Global Conflict
Author: Kalev Hannes Leetaru
In this transcribed Chatham House speech, Kalev Leetaru discusses the Global Data on Events Location and Tone (GDELT) project he founded, which monitors the world's broadcast, print, and web news to identify the themes, locations, and people that are...
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Do Mobile Phone Surveys Work in Poor Countries?
Author: Ben Leo, Robert Morello, Jonathan Mellon, Tiago Peixoto, Stephen Davenport
Center for Global Development (CGD)
This paper discusses the findings of a project that analyzed whether mobile phone-based surveys are a feasible and cost-effective approach for gathering statistically representative information in low-income countries.
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Connected Choices: How the Internet is Challenging Sovereign Decisions
Author: Melissa E Hathaway
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
This paper highlights the growing discord over future Internet governance and control, particularly in the following domains – economics, technology, politics (to include regulatory regimes), and society at large.
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Antitrust, Regulation and the Neutrality Trap
Author: Andrea Renda
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
This paper examines the ongoing debates on the role that the concept of net neutrality - which includes the need to preserve the Internet as a space open to innovation and the freedom of users to access content and services - should play in the EU's ...
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