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360/OS

Jun 7, 2022

360/OS Contested Realities | Connected Futures day 2 round-up

By Layla Mashkoor and Nishtha Gupta

All the highlights from the second day of the Digital Forensic Research Lab's 360/OS event in Brussels.

Disinformation Internet

Transcript

Jun 7, 2022

These organizations are on the front lines of internet equity—and countering China’s influence

By Atlantic Council

Will democracies make the investments in digital equity needed to expand access to health and education, political participation, and economic opportunity?

Civil Society Cybersecurity

New Atlanticist

Jun 7, 2022

Digital violence is the number one barrier to women participating in public life. Here’s how to start fixing it.

By Nick Fouriezos

Just 16 percent of women in politics said they received a timely and effective response to escalations of digital violence. It's time to fix that, say panelists at 360/Open Summit.

Africa Europe & Eurasia

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Jun 7, 2022

The war in Ukraine shows the disinformation landscape has changed. Here’s what platforms should do about it.

By Atlantic Council

Panelists at the 360/Open Summit discuss whether information threats like malign foreign influence or disinfo-for-hire firms are becoming more diffuse.

Civil Society Cybersecurity

Transcript

Jun 7, 2022

Blinken on protecting human rights online: It’ll take ‘day-in and day-out vigilance’

By Atlantic Council

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Maria Ressa for a conversation on stopping democratic backsliding online at 360/Open Summit.

Civil Society Cybersecurity

Transcript

Jun 7, 2022

The EU Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act could become global models, say the bills’ drafters

By Atlantic Council

Two of the leading Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act drafters talk about the future of the policy package—and how citizens will be key to helping bring about transparency and accountability online.

Civil Society European Union

360/OS

Jun 7, 2022

Ukraine at 360/OS: How Russian disinformation is fueling the war

By Layla Mashkoor, Iain Robertson

The Digital Forensic Research Lab's 360/Open Summit dug into the online ramifications of Russia's war in Ukraine, and what democracies should do now.

Disinformation Europe & Eurasia

360/OS

Jun 7, 2022

Moderating non-English content: Transparency and local contexts are critical

By Layla Mashkoor

The decisions made by content moderators and algorithms have significant impacts, not only in online information spaces but also offline.

Disinformation Internet

360/OS

Jun 6, 2022

360/OS Contested Realities | Connected Futures day 1 round-up

By Iain Robertson, Layla Mashkoor, and Nishtha Gupta

Catch up on all the highlights from the first day of the Digital Forensic Research Lab's summit in Brussels.

Disinformation Europe & Eurasia

New Atlanticist

Jun 6, 2022

Spyware like Pegasus is a warning: Digital authoritarianism can happen in democracies, too

By Nick Fouriezos

Journalists and citizens targeted by spyware warn the audience at the Digital Forensic Research Lab's 360/Open Summit about the proliferation of state-sponsored digital surveillance.

Africa Cybersecurity

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