On April 11, we’ll discuss the attached New York Times article, highlighting how various states are adopting laws that are very different from each other. Is this evidence of the “laboratories of democracy” at work, or is this just unacceptably divisive activity that should be (somehow) curtailed?
With an ever-increasing proportion of our personal, corporate, and governmental devices connected to the Internet, and with an ever-greater reliance on information stored in the “cloud,” we have to consider the associated vulnerabilities.
Steven K. suggested that we consider the following articles, all from the January/February edition of Foreign Affairs:
I expect we’ll continue to discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in the cyber-context and others.
Here are some links supplied by Becky W. for tomorrow’s discussion: