Comments on a forthcoming study offer a framework for how U.S. industry wants the government to address China’s rising participation.
In today’s geopolitical environment, world leaders agree on very little. But reining in Big Tech is emerging as one of the few ideas that everyone can get behind.
There is an aspect of having to be able to persuade, not just your adversaries that you might not want to fight you, however you also need to persuade your fellow citizens to come along with you.
The EU’s pursuit of a single European defense market necessitates stronger democratic oversight. Members of the European Parliament and national legislative bodies should play a more proactive role as watchdog and engage in strategic foresight and planning.
The latest report signals a far more assertive approach to cyberspace.
The spread (often inadvertent) of mis/disinformation on e2e platforms is fundamentally a problem of digital literacy and insufficient general awareness on how to verify news before forwarding it or sharing it widely on groups.
Disinformation and influence campaigns from domestic and international actors have thrived during the pandemic. European policies that build public trust in democratic institutions should be accompanied by regulation of online platforms that focuses on transparency and accountability.
The Bangladeshi government has used a vaguely worded law on digital security to crack down on its critics and dispel online dissent.
India’s central bank is considering launching a digital currency. Yet a key question that needs to be addressed first is: would Indian consumers even choose to use it?
The geopolitical pressures of Brexit, an unstable transatlantic partnership, dwindling member states’ defense budgets, and global competition in high technology areas have prompted European institutions to consolidate the union’s cooperation on defense industry and technology.