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Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue: Enhancing International Cooperation Mechanisms For Cybercrime And Cyberterrorism Investigations Cybercrime and cyberterrorism are two types of malicious use of Information Communications Technology (ICT) addressed by the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security (GGE). In the 2015 report, the GGE agreed on proposing a norm, namely Norm D, that […]

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How African states can tackle state-backed cyber threats

July 15, 2021 Nathaniel Allen and Noëlle van der Waag-Cowling At first glance, the ability of most African states to prevent or respond to a cyberattack by state-backed hackers would appear limited. African countries tend to have low levels of cyber maturity and possess limited offensive and defensive cyber capabilities. Virtually all rely on foreign actors to supply […]

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The Online Safety Bill puts the security of all citizens and communities at risk

The Internet Society say that to ensure the safety of everyone online, we must address the roots of the problem | Credit: Alamy Robin Wilton, Director | Internet Society @internetsociety3 min read15 JunePartner content Prohibiting end-to-end encryption is not the way to keep people safe online in an increasingly unstable world. As we emerge from […]

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Canadian content creators feel left in the dark as Ottawa hits pause on proposed new internet law

By Celina GallardoStaff ReporterWed., May 12, 2021timer5 min. read As the Liberal government’s controversial Bill C-10 is put on hold to examine whether it could breach social media users’ freedom of speech, professional content creators feel they are being sidelined in the conversation. Bill C-10 proposes changes to the Broadcasting Act that allow streaming services like Netflix and Spotify […]