Online Surveillance & Terrorism: Quirine Eijkman on Rethinking online Governance in the Age of Terrorism

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Political violence has always been a game of numbers: from millions of politically active to thousands that regard violence as legitimate and hundreds that act on their conviction. Between individual rights and public security, democracies seek to find their own balance in the challenge of online governance.

This and much more in the online discussion with Professor Quirine Eijkman on the 6th of April 2021. 

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