Jackson School alumnus Daniel Arnaudo (MAIS, 2014), a specialist in Internet governance, has published a new report discussing computational propaganda in Brazil. Computational propaganda is a form of automated accounts (bots) spreading
On April 20, the Jackson School’s International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Fellow and alumnus Dan Arnaudo (MAIS, 2014) released his report “Brazil, the Internet and the Digital Bill of Rights” at an event
Dan Arnaudo, a Jackson School International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Fellow and JSIS MAIS alumnus, recently completed a lengthy research report examining the landmark Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights for the
The US and Brazil are the two largest economies in the hemisphere as well as the two largest transit points for Internet traffic. Brazil’s centrality to Internet traffic and economic strength will make it a crucial partner on issues such as cybercrime, critical infrastructure protection, and universal access.
Russian backed cyberattacks on the Democratic National Committee, hacking Hillary Clinton’s campaign, on critical infrastructure and even on the roots of the Internet itself have captured the headlines in the
The International Policy Institute is hosting a panel discussion on May 23, 2016 from 3:30-5pm in Thomson Hall, Room 317. Area expert panelists will discuss cybersecurity from the perspectives of
Apple has been in the news a lot recently. As discussed in Alexander Kegel’s post contextualizing the iPhone encryption debate, the San Bernardino terrorists used an iPhone and the FBI
The Brazilian government is currently discussing a new proposal by telecommunications providers like Comcast and AT&T about whether to set limits or “caps” on access and data usage or charge
Photo: The Myanmar Post and Telecom’s HQ in Yangon. After over forty years of dictatorship, 2016 is truly Myanmar’s leap year. Last month, the first parliament controlled by the opposition
Earlier this month, the United Nations (UN) held the 10th annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in João Pessa, Brazil, and I was there representing the University of Washington and civil society.