Mon, Nov 13, 2023
In Myanmar, cybercrime has become an effective vehicle through which nonstate actors can fund and perpetuate conflict.
by Emily Ferguson and Emma Schroeder
Mon, Aug 14, 2023
Protecting point-to-point messaging apps: Understanding Telegram, WeChat, and WhatsApp in the United States
A year-long project on protecting users' data and privacy that analyzes the growing use of point-to-point messaging platforms in the United States and the implications their design and governing policies have for user privacy and free speech.
Tue, Aug 8, 2023
An examination of the time from December 2018, when protests against then-president Omar al-Bashir first broke out, and December 2022, when a framework agreement between civilian and military leaders came into play.
Tessa Knight, Lujain Alsedeg
Mon, Jul 10, 2023
Critical infrastructure increasingly depends upon cloud computing. Policy must adapt its approach to risk management accordingly.
by Tianjiu Zuo, Justin Sherman, Maia Hamin, and Stewart Scott
Thu, Jun 29, 2023
A look at West Africa’s information environment, with particular emphasis on local and international disinformation campaigns targeting the region and beyond.
Mon, Feb 27, 2023
The information environment is a key domain through which the war in Ukraine is being contested. By better understanding the key role that private tech companies play in this domain, the USs and Ukraine can better prepare for future threats.
by Emma Schroeder and Sean Dack
Wed, Aug 24, 2022
The CCP has embarked on a concerted strategy to gain control over the global digital and information environment. Its goal: create an alternative global order with China at its heart.
Wed, Apr 20, 2022
An overview of China’s discourse power activities in the Global South, including the regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. It outlines the processes through which China leverages its diplomatic, media, and political positions in these regions to gain influence, and assesses the impacts of these activities for democratic resilience worldwide.
Wed, Feb 16, 2022
A joint report that reveals how the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) has significant investments in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, where indigenous peoples have been subjected to what international legislators, legal scholars, and advocates have determined to be a genocide.
by Laura T. Murphy, Kendyl Salcito, Nyrola Elimä
Tue, Jan 4, 2022
After the insurrection: How domestic extremists adapted and evolved after the January 6 US Capitol attack
This report by the Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) provides an overview and analysis of the shifts observed in domestic extremist movements since the 2021 Capitol attack.