Cyber Policy Center Online Seminars 2020-2021

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Events at the Cyber Policy Center

The Cyber Policy Center brings experts together from around the world to discuss emerging research in the areas of technology, governance and public policy.

April 22nd at 9:00 am Pacific | The Future of Technology, Interdependence and Resilience in the Indo-Pacific

On April 22nd at 9 am PST, join Kelly Born, Director of the Cyber Initiative at the Hewlett Foundation and former Director of the Stanford Cyber Policy Center, in conversation with Trisha Ray of India’s Observer Research Foundation’s Technology and Media Initiative, and Martijn Rasser, Senior Fellow in the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), for a look at the need for a coherent grand strategy for a “Digital Indo-Pacific”.

Other Events

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EVENT | MAY 25: This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends: A Conversation with Andrew Grotto and Nicole Perlroth

On Wednesday, May 26 at 10 am pacific time, please join Andrew Grotto, Director of Stanford’s Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance, for a conversation with Nicole Perlroth, New York Times Cybersecurity Reporter, about the underground market for cyber-attack capabilities.
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WORKSHOP | May 3rd: E2EE Platforms and Health Misinformation

End-to-end encrypted (E2EE) communications have been around for decades, but the deployment of default E2EE on billion-user platforms has new impacts for user privacy and safety. The deployment comes with benefits to both individuals and society but it also creates new risks, as long-existing models of messenger abuse can now flourish in an environment where automated or human review cannot reach. This workshop will place a particular focus on platform benefits and risks that impact civil society organizations, with a specific focus on the global south. Through a series of workshops and policy papers, the Stanford Internet Observatory is facilitating open and productive dialogue on this contentious topic to find common ground.
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Recently at the Cyber Policy Center

Reset: Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society

Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society

Author Ronald J. Deibert speaks with Larry Diamond and Eileen Donahoe about the serious, democracy-unfriendly challenges and the need for a deeper reexamination of our communications ecosystem.

Media Literacy

Media Literacy

Jennifer Kavanaugh, Kristin Lord, Claire Wardle, on what the research has to say about the impact and effectiveness of media literacy interventions, and what the implications are for both corporate and government policy.

Race and Technology

Race and Technology

Julie Owono, Mutale Nkonde, Safiya, Safiya Noble on how digital technologies are contributing to racial tensions, what key questions remain unanswered, and what policy changes, by government or tech platforms, might help.