As criminals adapt to new technology, so must international law

From Brookings Topics - Technology
April 21, 2017 - 10:34am
Technology empowers governments and non-state actors alike to reach far beyond their own national borders. Combatting transnational issues such as cyberattacks, terrorism, and propaganda requires developing new rules to address the negative consequences of technology. On April 13, the Foreign Policy Program and The Hague Institute for Global Justice hosted a group of distinguished panelists…         

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