A look at how the bill could strengthen international cybersecurity efforts with the proposed “Office of Cyber Issues” and reinstatement of the eliminated cyber coordinator position.
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More research and development resources should be dedicated to preparing for defense against the non-military uses of unmanned autonomous weapons.
Announcing a new working group on technology and terrorism.
A bill making tech companies liable to criminal or civil suits if they fail to prevent sex trafficking on their platforms may signal the end of legal immunity for Internet companies for their users' content.
Quit squabbling over whether tech companies are platforms or publishers, and focus on what the companies can do to moderate their content.
Four new Chinese cyber regulations signal that President Xi Jinping is strengthening China's system of cyber governance and expanding the legal framework for data control.
Congress should facilitate cross-pollination of talent between private-sector technologists and government agencies.
AJIL Unbound is publishing an online symposium on sovereignty and cyber operations.
A working group at the Federalist Society's Regulatory Transparency Project has a new white paper on regulating emerging technologies.
Companies like Facebook and Google might appear to provide something like a public utility, but should the government regulate them as such?