Marietje Schaake, President of the CyberPeace Institute argues that commercially available hacking, intrusion and exfiltration systems are making cyberspace unstable and unsafe for the people connected to it. Prevention of
Australia, Chile, France, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Latvia, Lebanon, Mauritius, Mexico, Norway, Senegal and South Africa as the co-authors have the honor to transmit the following statement. Cross-Regional Statement on “Infodemic”
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