• How Sahel rebel groups use online diplomacy

    How Sahel rebel groups use online diplomacy0

    In the absence of access to privileged diplomatic channels, rebel groups engage in more public relations with foreign elites, international organizations and civil society groups. Digital tools, like social media, have given the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist organizations a much louder voice, and there is little doubt that they

    READ MORE
  • Svaki treći računar koji obrađuje biometriju lica pokuša da ukrade podatke ili uspostavi daljinsku kontrolu

    Svaki treći računar koji obrađuje biometriju lica pokuša da ukrade podatke ili uspostavi daljinsku kontrolu0

    Kako biste se zaštitili od potencijalnih rizika sajber napada, stručnjaci kompanije Kaspersky savetuju sledeće:

    READ MORE
  • The Downside of Digital Diplomacy: Life in the Age of Constant Surveillance

    The Downside of Digital Diplomacy: Life in the Age of Constant Surveillance0

    Philosophers and political theorists have argued that the goal of every society is complete control. This is also true of democratic societies and herein lies the tension of every democracy. That a government is elected by people to manage its affairs. Yet soon that very government strives to control its citizenry. Free people thus freely put on the shackles of their domination.

    In the digital age, control is gained through data. Governments have at their disposal swarms of data gathered on every citizens ranging from his/her blood pressure, as monitored by HMOs, to his/her credit history, as reviewed by banks. Information that cannot be accessed by governments, soon surrenders to their authority. Such was the case when Facebook allowed US intelligence agencies to access its databases. Notably, Facebook’s is perhaps the most invasive, sensitive and awesome database ever created. Using its algorithms, Facebook is able to deduce one’s political affiliation, sexual orientation, health st..

    READ MORE
Scroll Up