How should tech companies consider their responsibilites in new international relations?
02 March 2018
The International Relations Committee takes evidence from practitioners and academics on the role of digital technologies and non-state actors in international affairs.
Wednesday 07 March, Committee Room 4, Palace of Westminster
- Mr Hugh Milward, Senior Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft
- Professor Maura Conway, Professor of International Security, Dublin City University
- Dr Gianluca Stringhini, Associate Professor in Computer Security and Crime Science, UCL
- In many cases, large multinational corporations now have as much power as some nation-states in regard to financial reserves and information flows. How should corporations consider their broader responsibilities in this context?
- Technology companies, of all sizes, have been criticised for not providing states with information to assist with investigations into individuals and non-state actors. How do you view the role of tech companies in the context of threats facing the state and their societies?
- To what extent have digital technologies changed the challenges and the threats facing states from non-state actors?
- How well are states and multilateral institutions dealing with the challenge of online non-state actors? What role is there for the UK?
- The pace of technological is accelerating – to what extent is the UK keeping up?
- Which technological developments in the digital space should we be aware of?
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