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Fighting ISIS on social media won’t stop them from using it

Efforts by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in 2017 are certainly welcomed, but removing ISIS from social media platforms is expected to be a daunting task.

North America Politics

Winners and losers of the battle against H1B visas

The Trump administration may move start implementing another electoral promise: protecting American jobs by revisiting the non-immigrant visa system.

Economics Finance

Detecting and preventing CEO email fraud

The FBI reports that over $3 billion have been lost due to CEO email frauds in the past three years. What is CEO email fraud, and how can it be prevented?

Asia Pacific Politics

Laos government cracks down on social media use

Attempts to crackdown of social media raised concerns over human rights violations and of potential negative impact on the country’s burgeoning economy

International Security

Why Britain’s Prevent Strategy isn’t working: A new approach to radicalization in the age of information

In the ‘Information Age’ of today, the internet has been deployed highly effectively by ISIS for the publication of propaganda, communication and radicalization. Platforms such as Twitter and Instagram have

North America Politics

How social media is changing political campaigns

Elections are decided by small percentage of the population that consists of undecided voters. Mastering the art of social media strategies is essential for political campaigns to sway these voters.

Europe Technology and infrastructure

ECJ data protection rulings drive up compliance costs for EU businesses

Two of the ECJ’s recent rulings drive up compliance costs for businesses operating across the European Union. As American technology firms adapt, it marks a win for citizens and holds

South and Central Asia Technology and infrastructure

Is Tajikistan’s Facebook crackdown a sign of things to come?

Earlier this month, Tajikistan blocked access to several sites, including Facebook, that had published articles critical of the Rakhmon government. The crackdown is a sign of things to come, and

North America Politics

5 takeaways from the US court ruling against net neutrality

What should we make of a federal court’s shooting down the FCC’s net neutrality regulations? A US federal court recently ruled that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 2010 regulations enforcing