The more computers become part of us and we become part of them, the more opportunities for surveillance and hacking are introduced. Cell phones already track our whereabouts, log our tastes, and store our private e-mails, but personal handheld devices are only the tip of the iceberg.
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In a new report for the OSF-funded Global Drug Policy Observatory (GDPO) at Swansea University, Associate Dean and Professor Julia Buxton and Tim Bingham discuss the challenge of Dark Net drug markets for law enforcement agencies.
Pratik Phadkule (MPA ’15) and Director of Professional Development Bernhard Knoll-Tudor participated in a workshop on legal empowerment and development organized by the South Asian Institute of Advanced Legal and Human Rights Studies (SAILS) in Dhaka, Bangladesh on December 14-15, 2014.
The topic of Okey Marcellus Ikeanyibe’s presentation during the faculty seminar on December 12 was “Bureaucratic Politics and Implementation of Economic Liberalization Reforms in Developing Countries: Insights from Privatization in Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Sector.”