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Right or wrong, claims Beijing hacked computer chips has accelerated a push to cut out China from US supply chains.
This is just one brief snapshot of how malign Russian influence can alter public discourse and amplify divisions in democratic societies.
The U.S. and Russia still have incentives to continue working together, including mutual financial benefits, interdependence of space industries, and the fulfillment of existing agreements.
The most popular mobile messaging apps incorporate unrecoverable, end-to-end encryption that make it more challenging for law enforcement to collect critical digital evidence.
Data localization, the mandate that data of a country’s citizens be stored within the borders of that country, is a thorny issue dividing policymakers across the globe, including in the United...
The United States and United Kingdom have been at the forefront of the FinTech industry, spawning hundreds of companies that help consumers and companies borrow, raise capital, lend, get insured,...
Among the many effects of Brexit is contemplating the staggering rise in the workload in UK customs run by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Blockchains might hold a solution.