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Technology’s unexpected involvement in the refugee crisis

Though the technology community has stood for many causes over its evolution, its involvement in the refugee crisis is quite unexpected. Mike Butcher, founder of Techfugees, leads a team of

Europe Technology and infrastructure

Google’s antitrust charges underscore EU’s battle on anti-competitiveness

Europe is struggling to reconcile an era of a rapid change in the tech industry, the power of giant tech firms, and ‘big data’.

International Technology and infrastructure

Is Wall Street cyber secure?

As a symbolic and data-rich target, Wall Street faces a number of cyber threats. Regardless of the size of an attack, there remains the need for effective recovery and response

Economics Technology and infrastructure

Inside the driverless car market

Policy makers and business leaders will need to act prudently in order to balance the benefits of driverless car technology with mitigating risks.

Debate Corner North America Technology and infrastructure

Who should win in iPhone case, Apple or the US Government?

GRI Debate: Who is right, Apple or the US Government? The case of whether the US government should be able to compel Apple to unlock the San Bernardino terrorist attack

North America Technology and infrastructure

Apple vs. FBI: An open door is not selective

In this debate, GRI asked who is right, Apple or the US government. Eileen Filmus argues for Apple, saying that the FBI-Apple case has reignited a national debate over the

North America Technology and infrastructure

Why Apple should comply with the FBI

In this debate, GRI asked who is right, Apple or the US government. Alex Harris uses a pro-security argument to explain why Apple should comply with the court order to

North America Technology and infrastructure

Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan heralds shift in defence strategy

President Obama’s recent Cybersecurity National Action Plan underlines the importance of cyber defence amidst growing risks and threats. On February 9th, US President Barack Obama announced the Cybersecurity National Action Plan, a

North America Technology and infrastructure

Cuba: the island of the disconnect

This post was written by GRI analyst Daniel Lemaitre and guest author Ana Caridad. Cuba is considered the “least connected” country in the Americas. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) ranks

Europe Technology and infrastructure

Is this the next logistics revolution?

Switzerland’s private sector is upending the logistics scene, as it plans a nation-wide underground autonomous cargo delivery network. The consequences of increased transport traffic are well known; however, in Switzerland