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In 2015, police officers in the United States killed 94 unarmed people— dropping to 51 persons in 2016 and rising to 68 persons in 2017, according to data gathered by
Report Summary As cybersecurity has become an critical issue, the question of how to address it at the federal level has become increasingly pressing. Federal responsibility for cybersecurity is currently
Cryptography is a fundamental building block in the security of many systems integral to the modern web. It protects online communications, secures websites, ensures safe transactions between parties, and verifies
“Big Brother is always watching” does not seem so far-fetched given the extensive cyber-surveillance powers in the world today. In response, privacy concerns have mounted both in the U.S and across
Since the early 2000s, cyber espionage issues have strained U.S.-China relations. In response, the U.S. and China entered into a cybersecurity agreement in 2015 to decrease economic espionage between the
The U.S. and Canada share an extensive bilateral relationship, as reflected in the $1.8 billion a day in flow of goods and services. In regards to cybersecurity, both the U.S.
Cybersecurity is of vital importance to US-China relations, particularly in relation to national information security and the business market. While it is a new realm for trust and cooperation between China and the US, it has already led to a high level of tension.
Myanmar’s large and emerging market has great potential for US tech companies and its geo-strategic location is also central to US security strategies. However, the exponential growth and spread of the Internet has created an environment wrought with privacy and security risks and low user awareness.
The flow of data between the United States and the European Union has always been an essential element to international trade and transatlantic cooperation. Yet, different philosophies regarding the way in which individuals access and maintain the Internet creates barriers to trade.