A $600 billion black market, cybercrime has transformed the digital world into a sophisticated platform to steal and profit from personal data, undermine civil rights, manipulate elections, disseminate anti-democratic propaganda, and steal intelligence. Yet, cyberspaces remain largely unregulated.
The U.S. Institute of Peace and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative brouht together representatives from academia, national security, and the private and public sectors, to identify rule of law strategies to more effectively address this ever-changing landscape.
Welcome and Introductions:
David Yang Vice President, Applied Conflict Transformation, U.S. Institute of Peace
Alberto Mora Director, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative
Judge Margaret McKeown Board Chair, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative
Keynote: “Setting the Stage for the Clash of Norms in Cyberspace”
Sujit Raman Associate Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice
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