The Next Supreme Court Justice: Here’s What the Senate Should Ask About New Technologies and the Internet

Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination has sparked a great deal of discussion about his views on reproductive rights and executive authority. But the Supreme Court tackles a broad range of issues, including the present and future of digital rights and innovation. As Congress plays its crucial constitutional…

EFF to Japan: Reject Website Blocking

Website blocking to deal with alleged copyright infringement is like cutting off your hand to deal with a papercut. Sure, you don’t have a papercut anymore, but you’ve also lost a lot more than you’ve gained. The latest country to consider a website blocking proposal…

Upgrading risk status of cyber attacks

Businesses do themselves a good deal of harm if they think it is only a tech issue and worryingly the Middle East’s response to combat the threat lags the rest of the world Cybersecurity — you’re either ready or you’re not. The alarm has been…

Victory! Georgia Governor Vetoes Short-Sighted Computer Crime Bill

Recognizing the concerns of Georgia’s cybersecurity sector, Gov. Nathan Deal has vetoed a bill that would have threatened independent research and empowered dangerous “hack back” measures. S.B. 315 would have created the new crime of “unauthorized access” without any requirement that the defendant have fraudulent…

UK commits to trailblazing deal in artificial intelligence

… made varying contributions to the Artificial Intelligence Sector Deal, with almost 300 … drive in innovation, in which artificial intelligence is expected to contribute $315 … world’s biggest names in artificial intelligence like Deepmind, Swiftkey and Babylon … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE UK commits…

Business Customers: A DIY Guide to Save You Money

In this blog and video, we walk you through some easy steps for you to deal with the explosive traffic growth that is challenging the current IT infrastructure, and for you to create your own optical network. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Business Customers: A DIY…

55 Infosec Professionals Sign Letter Opposing Georgia’s Computer Crime Bill

In a letter to Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, 55 cybersecurity professionals from around the country are calling for a veto for S.B. 315, a state bill that would give prosecutors new power to target independent security researchers. This isn’t just a matter of solidarity among those…

Understanding Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Modern World

There is a great deal of controversy about what is possible with artificial intelligence in general and what will happen with artificial intelligence in the future. On the one hand, artificial intelligence is used today. On the other hand, the artificial intelligence that is used…

Understanding Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Modern World

There is a great deal of controversy about what is possible with artificial intelligence in general and what will happen with artificial intelligence in the future. On the one hand, artificial intelligence is used today. On the other hand, the artificial intelligence that is used…