An introduction to the theory of relativity by William Geraint Vaughan Rosser

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S. objectives. Appoint a Deputy White House Cybersecurity Coordinator for Internet Governance In the Clinton administration, a single official, Ira Magaziner, effectively managed the establishment of Internet governance policy and engagement with Internet governance forums. The issue is now too broad for one person to manage effectively, but the White House must have a lead on Internet governance to coordinate the development of policy and oversee its implementation. The legislation that would broaden the Department of Homeland Security’s power would also establish within the Executive Office of the President the Office of Cyberspace Policy, moving it into the existing cybersecurity coordinator role and strengthening the position’s authority, budget, and staffing.

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26 Internet Governance in an Age of Cyber Insecurity At this point, it is safe to conclude that the “coordination” and “encouragement” model has not yielded the desired results, and stronger leadership by the federal government is necessary. By providing leadership, technical assistance, and funding, the United States can foster the development and adoption of a new set of secure protocols that will address many of the vulnerabilities in the current Internet architecture yet forestall the development and adoption of protocols that go too far toward the development of an online surveillance state or risk the breakup of the Internet into a series of Balkanized and unconnected national networks.

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