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“The Most Important Vote for the Internet in History” #SaveTheInternet

by James Scott, Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology Last December, FCC chairman Ajit Paj introduced rules that reversed the 2015 Open Internet Order. The 2015 order explicitly banned blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization by Internet providers. It guaranteed free thought and a free market on an open Internet. Paj, a former Verizon lawyer, .. read more

ICIT Brief: Metadata – The Most Potent Weapon in This Cyberwar: The New Cyber-Kinetic-Meta War

Metadata, or “data about data,” is collected and recorded to describe data, identify trends, administer algorithmic solutions, and model potential scenarios. When one understands how to make sense of seemingly random metadata or how to pair the data with other exfiltrated data pools, there are limitless possibilities for social engineering and cyber exploitation in attacks .. read more

ICIT Publication: Dragnet Surveillance Nation: How Data Brokers Sold Out America

With recent accusations of fake news and the weaponization of information as a mechanism of steering public perceptions dominating headlines around the world, have you ever considered the reality that private dragnet surveillance via social media properties, ISPs, search engines, health sector organizations etc., heavily contribute to the problems of adversarial intervention and streamlined distribution .. read more