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Election Cyber Incident Communications Plan Template: International Edition

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Report - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Election Cyber Incident Communications Plan Template: International Edition

May 2018

This Template is primarily intended for use by political parties or campaigns as a foundation from which they can develop their own tailored communications response plans, which include best practices, recommended external response processes, and scenarios to anticipate an election cyber incident.

The Twitter app is shown on an iPhone, in San Jose, Calif. Nov. 4, 2013. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press) Keywords: Twitter, iPhone

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Analysis & Opinions - The Sunday Times

I Live in Dread of the Web's New Wheel of Fortune

| Apr. 22, 2018

In the old days you had to deal with a finite number of reviews of the book, of which perhaps five really mattered. Today the feedback is incessant. Has your Amazon ranking slid from three digits to four? Has your number of followers or subscribers gone up? How many "likes" did your latest utterance elicit? This would be bad enough in itself. But the worst feature of the Online Age is not the frequency and precision of the ratings. It's the vicious atmosphere that pervades every online forum.

Microsoft president Brad Smith speaks at the annual Microsoft shareholders meeting Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, in Bellevue, Washington. Brad Smith has been a key player behind the effort to create a “Cybersecurity Tech Accord.” (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Analysis & Opinions - The New York Times

Tech Firms Sign ‘Digital Geneva Accord’ Not to Aid Governments in Cyberwar

| Apr. 17, 2018

More than 30 high-tech companies, led by Microsoft and Facebook, announced a set of principles on Tuesday that included a declaration that they would not help any government — including that of the United States — mount cyberattacks against “innocent civilians and enterprises from anywhere,” reflecting Silicon Valley’s effort to separate itself from government cyberwarfare.

The AI Advantage of Nations in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Analysis & Opinions - Global Policy

The AI Advantage of Nations in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

| Apr. 17, 2018

Like revolutions in the past the on-going AI revolution will produce winners and losers. The first industrial revolution in the 18th century changed the world of production and paved the way for Britain’s global leadership. Similarly, the current digital revolution is redefining the service sector and China’s role in the world.

The Rise of Silicon China

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Analysis & Opinions - Project Syndicate

The Rise of Silicon China

| Apr. 03, 2018

Key features of Chinese history and culture have put it in a position to become the global leader in artificial-intelligence technologies, surpassing even the tech giants of Silicon Valley. But to do so, China will need to overcome economic hurdles – both at home and abroad – that could stand in its way.