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Computer security company McAfee promotes online voting

Online voting and e-voting could become a larger part of the political process around the world but only if the right technologies and processes are implemented to ensure its security, according to a new Atlantic Council study sponsored by McAfee (which is now part of Intel Security). 351 more words

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Singapore and LKY- Darlings of Western Think Tanks. (at a price)

While Singaporeans may long ago have lost their admiration and affection for Lee Kuan Yew and the Lee family, though not their fear, there is one constituency where LKY’s reputation seems undiminished. 1,762 more words


'Call of Duty' video game creators to predict next-genaration conflicts..

Watching his son playing ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’, Steven Grundman, a George Lund fellow working on emerging defence challenges at the Atlantic Council think thank, realised how video games could help predict future warfare. 210 more words

Brainwash the public into accepting soldiers in schools, says Call of Duty director

Politicians can learn a lot from video game marketing, including the art of “brainwashing” the public.

That’s according to Dave Anthony, writer and director of first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops, in addressing a future wars forum organized by Washington-based think-tank the Atlantic Council earlier this week. 351 more words


Mexico poised for an ‘energy renaissance’ following reforms

Mexico’s energy reform will bring the country “enormous benefits” and will be a “game changer” for the nation’s role in the global economy, according to report released Monday. 760 more words