"Information and Communications Technology (ICT)"
25 Feb 2015
UBER: Innovation or Déja Vu?
Author: Ilaria Maselli, Marco Giuli
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
This commentary examines the mobile app "Uber", which allows users to book and pay for car rides, and whether it provides something that can be described as a new service.
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13 Feb 2015
Sony, the Internet of Things, and the Evolving Cyber-Threat
Author: Christopher Bronk
International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
This article argues that cyber-attacks — including North Korea’s against Sony and a Stuxnet-style attack against a German steel works — suggest that the nature of the cyber-threat is escalating.
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Internet Connectedness: Unequaled Incubator for Innovation or the Death of Privacy and Civility?
Author: Lawrence A Husick
Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)
This commentary addresses the challenges of Internet technology and its future, following a February 2015 World Affairs Council of Philadelphia meeting on “21st Century Technology: New Beginning, or Terrible End”.
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Reforming Internet Governance and the Role of China
Author: Li Yan
Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP)
This publication argues that China has an important part to play in reforming the internet governance (IG) system and making it fairer.
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The Impact of the Dark Web on Internet Governance and Cyber Security
Author: Michael Chertoff, Tobby Simon
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
This paper examines some of the main internet governance, security and crime issues created by the deep Web, referring to internet content that cannot be accessed by search engines.
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Aussenpolitik der Dienste
Author: Marcel Dickow
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
Dieser Artikel thematisiert die Überwachung der digitalen Kommunikation im 21.
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