Friday - May 20 - 2011
With cybercrime now the second largest criminal activity in the world, measures such as the creation of an 'Internet Interpol [International police]' and better cooperation between international law enforcement agencies are needed if criminals are to be curtailed in the future, Kaspersky Labs founder and security expert, Eugene Kaspersky, has argued. Speaking at AusCERT 2011, the Moscow-based Kaspersky said the last five years had proved to be the "Golden Age" of cyber crime…
Does this not raise serious questions about the current format of Internet Gvernance of today and ICANN and its managment of the DNS, by the US Government?
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