November 26th, 2013 |
Cyber is everywhere: in political speeches, in newspapers, at dinner conversations. There’s cyberwar and cybersex and cybercafés (they still exist, I promise), and there’s the U.S. Cyber Command. Once in a while, there is a new surge of articles arguing that the word “cyber” is vague, dated and that we just should get rid of [...]
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Camille François works on cybersecurity, cyberwar and cyberpeace. She is based at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where she is a Fellow, and at Columbia University Saltzman Institute for War and Peace Studies, where she holds a visiting scholarship. Prior to that, she worked for Google as a researcher, worked with various US and French Governmental Agencies, held a Fulbright Fellowship and used most of her free time for free culture and free software advocacy.