HEC in the Press

Internet Pioneer Speaks Out on Privacy, Governance, and Internet Tax

infosecurity-magazine.com, 11 February 2013

Jean-Loup Richet, HEC Paris Master’s graduate in Research, has posted his latest blog, discussing the ‘everlasting debate about internet censorship’. The internet was not created with a particular purpose other than to allow computers to communicate with each other. However, since its creation, it has evolved an inconceivable amount. It is used for government interference, and firms such as Google may even be made to pay a tax for its extensive use.


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