Examining the foundations of the internet
The internet has been a pivotal force behind the growth of the global digital economy and altered the relationship among states, their citizens, and the private sector. These changes have disrupted the geopolitical balance of power and ushered in a new generation of globally-powerful multinational companies. However, new dynamics of conflict are threatening the internet as we know it, from the hardware connecting users to the policies governing content and data provenance.
Telecomms and the Internet
Fri, Dec 1, 2023
An #AtlanticDebrief with Ofcom Chief Executive Dame Melanie Dawes covering the Online Safety Act and regulatory guidance on illegal harms. In partnership with the Atlantic Council's Europe Center.
Fri, Nov 3, 2023
People in Gaza turn to eSIMS and other solutions amid cellular and internet outages
Mon, Oct 30, 2023
Web browsers are the gateway to the internet. As browser developers replicate design features and concentrate around shared underlying technologies, they create cybersecurity risks with the potential to impact many internet users at once.
by Justin Sherman and Jessica Edelson
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