Protego Daily Update: 12/6/18

Here are the five stories we are following today: NY Times reporters  Cade Metz and Raymond Zhong write today about China’s advances in quantum computing and cryptography. Justin Sherman and Robert Morgus from New America Cybersecurity dive into the surveillance tech authoritarians are using, and the global impact that follows. Where do the US and EU really sit in wage-controlled […]

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Protego Daily Update 12/5/2018

  Here are the five stories we are following today: Autonomous cars are all the buzz, but robots are having an impact on farming too. U.S. Digital Service, an arm of the Executive Branch lead by Acting Administrator of the U.S. Digital Service Matt Cutts, is using technology to significantly reduce the amount of time refugees wait […]

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Protego Press Daily Update (11/19/18)

Here are the headlines of note this morning: Apple CEO Tim Cook says new regulation of technology companies ‘inevitable’ because “the free market is not working.” The Apple leader told Axios that “this is not a matter of privacy versus profits, or privacy versus technical innovation. That’s a false choice,” he said. What kind of […]

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News of the Day 11/13/18

A quick summary of interesting articles and news related to technology and policy from around the web: The United States elected to sit out a new International Cyber Security Agreement Matt Tait writes about Election Security over at LawFare Privacy International filed complaints against 7 companies today Brian Wesolowski writes about Humanizing the Narrative Around Privacy […]

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News of the Day – 11/12/18

A quick summary of interesting articles and news related to technology and policy from around the web: Joshua Rothman writes in the New Yorker about the ever increasing perils of deep fakes  CNN Business interviewed Raffi Krikorian, the chief technology officer for the Democratic National Committee (DNC), who says he isn’t aware of any successful hacks […]

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News of the Day – 11/9/18

A quick summary of interesting articles and news related to technology and policy from around the web: Tim Wang, Karen Kornbluh & Kara Swisher delve into national security and if the US will need to partner tech companies in addition to our traditional allies China to give land tax breaks to technology incubation and innovation […]

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News of the Day – 11/8/18

A quick summary of interesting articles related to technology and policy, from around the web: Joshua Geltzer writes about ongoing election interference Charlie Warzel dives into disinformation heading into the mid-term elections The NYT runs a piece on the evolution of disinformation campaigns A short clip of Adam Thierer and Zachary Graves discussing “soft law” becoming the new […]

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