“Thanks to Stuxnet, the Internet Freedom agenda, and the Arab Spring, cyberspace is now political space and matters a great deal in international relations,” writes Chris Bronk, Fellow in Information Technology Policy at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University.
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In a post, Citizen Lab Post-Doctoral Fellow Eneken Tikk reflects on the US-Yemen cyber war panic after U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference Dinner.
This week in Iran Cyber Watch: Call for Internet Blackout, Religious Social Networking, Iran’s Complaint to Google and more.
Citizen Lab Fellow Jon Penney writes that “among certain national-security and public-policy circles, there is a growing trend to approach the challenges of cyber-security and cyber-war through the lens of the Cold War.”
Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert’s piece centers around the concept of stewardship of cyberspace.
This week in Iran Cyber Watch: Local E-mail services, Supreme Council on Cyberspace and more.
This week in Iran Cyber Watch: Cause of cyber attack on Ministry of Oil, ban on foreign E-mail addresses, the Supreme Leader’s religious orders on the use of circumvention tools, and more.
In his piece, Professor Deibert writes about Canada’s role in securing cyberspace, quasi-national cyber armies such as the Syrian Electronic Army and the challenges faced by global civil society in cyberspace.
Citizen Lab Research Fellow Luis Horacio Najera’s commentary was featured in today’s Globe and Mail about World Press Freedom Day.