How Has Russia Weaponized Information? | CEPA

Wed 18/11/2015

In CEPA’s latest report, Edward Lucas and Ben Nimmo describe the Kremlin’s ongoing disinformation campaign to subvert both international onlookers and its domestic population. CEPA Infowar Paper No. 1 describes the mechanisms Russia has employed […]

Finding a balance between privacy protection and security

Sun 18/01/2015

Privacy advocates never cease invoking Armageddon, every time anybody tries to fight terrorism by improving surveillance and intelligence. There is also a fundamental right that is often overlooked by our self-appointed privacy advocates: the right […]

Mobile Communications: From 1G to 5G

Mon 24/02/2014

I have used the first three generations of mobile telephony and data, but I still have to try 4G – while 5G seems already round the corner!

David Simon on the Edward Snowden scandal

Fri 07/06/2013

“Is it just me or does the entire news media — as well as all the agitators and self-righteous bloviators on both sides of the aisle — not understand even the rudiments of electronic intercepts […]

The Economist: Operators offer child-tracking devices

Fri 11/01/2013

The Economist: “Many mobile operators offer child-tracking at extra cost, but the number of free tracking applications is growing fast. Parents in Japan and America are the keenest on such gizmos. Europeans, seemingly more relaxed […]