In this feature of the New York Times Room for Debate, Ron Deibert gives his take on the recent Wikileaks controversy. Deibert views Wikileaks as only one of the many changing tides of individual and state privacy in cyberspace, and points to the legal and ethical standards that need to accompany this present shift.
In the Media
Citizen Lab staff and research in the news.
Ron Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski, principal investigators of the Information Warfare Monitor, have co-authored an op-ed in the Globe and Mail. The researchers explore Koobface: a crimeware network that thrives on popular social-networking Web sites such as Facebook. Deibert and Rohozinski discuss the global policy complications of cybercrime.
In this video posted by the Globe and Mail, Professor Ron Deibert discusses the work of the Citizen Lab: an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, Canada focusing on advanced research and development at the intersection of digital media, global security, and human rights.
On Thursday, June 10 at 2:30 pm, Net Change is hosting a panel called “Canada, check your privacy settings” as part of “A Week Exploring Tech for Change”. The panel features both Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert and Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian. Further, the conversation will be moderated by Jesse Hirsch, technology commentator for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
In this video, Al Jazeera’s Josh Rushing interviews the Citizen Lab’s Ron Deibert on a special episode of “Fault Lines” dedicated to exploring issues of cyberwar, cyberespionage and national security. The episode features the Citizen Lab’s GhostNet Report, problems of cyber attack attribution, and the militarization of cyberspace. The program also includes interviews from Michael Chertoff, Former Officer of Homeland Security and other cybersecurity experts.
CBC’s Evan Soloman interviews Ron Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski on “Power and Politics” regarding the newly published report “Shadows in the Cloud” on April 6, 2010. Watch here.