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Social Media: the Security Challenge

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20 Mar 2013 @ 12:45
 
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Sir David Omand, Professor at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, discussed Social Media: the Security Challenge. Governments worldwide face a challenging situation in relation to social media. Authorities must prevent the development of an online ‘secret space’ where illegal activities can take place, and yet at the same time avoid over-regulation and the development of what Sir David has termed a ‘chilling effect’ on the online community.
 
About the Speaker:
 
Sir David Omand was the first UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator, responsible to the UK Prime Minister for the professional status of the intelligence community, national counter-terrorism strategy and domestic security. He served for seven years on the Joint Intelligence Committee. He was Permanent Secretary of the Home Office from 1997 to 2000, and before that Director of GCHQ (the UK’s Signal Intelligence Agency). 

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