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2011-03-24 13:50:05

Fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute projects what might happen As Iran's nuclear plant attack and Chinese-based hackers attacking Morgan Stanley demonstrate how the Internet can wreak havoc on business and governments, a new paper by a fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy hypothesizes what an all-out cyberwar between the U.S. and China might look like. To date, the cyberattacks in East Asia have been relatively benign, said Christopher Bronk, author of "Blown...

2011-02-24 20:52:17

A new article written by a fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy calls on the intelligence community to jointly create a policy on cybersecurity and determine the degree to which the U.S. should protect intellectual property and national infrastructure of other nations. The author also comments on how aggressive the United States should be in its proactive cyber-spying activities. "Treasure Trove or Trouble: Cyber-Enabled Intelligence and International Politics" was...

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2008-12-03 11:29:18

The technology of government surveillance has changed dramatically, and the rules governing surveillance should be changed accordingly. Chris Bronk, a fellow in technology, society and public policy at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, makes that argument in a paper published in First Monday, a free, openly accessible, peer"“reviewed journal devoted to the Internet. The article, "Web-tapping: Securing the Internet to Save Us From Transnational Terror?," appears...


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