15.12.2020
Podcast: How Has Coronavirus Altered the Debate on Digital Surveillance?
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Alexander
Gabuev
Marietje
Schaake
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Alex Gabuev and Marietje Schaake discuss the governance of the digital domain in the coronavirus era.
Has the hyping of foreign cyber influence in recent years overshadowed the need to address domestic disinformation? What would a democratic alliance on data regulation look like, and what should its core principles be? Is there a place for authoritarian countries like Russia in that alliance?
Podcast host Alex Gabuev is joined by Marietje Schaake, international policy director at Stanford University’s Cyber Policy Center, to explore these issues.
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Alexander Gabuev
Marietje Schaake
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