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Girl on phone in front of Tencent logo

China’s Top Web Browsers Leave User Data Vulnerable, Citizen Lab Says

March 28, 2016

China’s top three Web browsers collected and transmitted data in insecure ways, making hundreds of millions of users’ personal information vulnerable to unauthorized access, according to Citizen Lab

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Britannia Mine Museum

Student-led conference examines geopolitics of mining

March 14, 2016

Local communities need to be included in mining developments, Munk conference told.

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Dan Breznitz with Students

Here’s how Munk students are helping to develop real government policy

March 11, 2016

Students in Dan Breznitz’s Innovation, Institutions, Governments and Growth class have seen their policies implemented in Ireland and Mexico.

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A group of students pose at Parliament Hill

Women in House: Putting a human face on politics for female U of T students

March 8, 2016

Ten women from our Peace, Conflict and Justice program were among a group of female students who traveled to Ottawa to shadow female politicians for International Women’s Day.

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Students standing at the entrance of a bridge in Vietnam.

Munk Students make the most of Reading Week

March 1, 2016

Nearly 40 students from the Munk School of Global Affairs used the week off from classes to travel around the world and delve further into their studies.

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Computer Keyboard with symbolic padlock key

Digital Hygiene website aims to make the Internet a little less scary

March 1, 2016

Digital Public Square’s new project offers advice on how to manage online risks.

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Lettered tiles spelling out the word "Brexit"

Should they stay or should they go?

March 1, 2016

Randall Hansen on the UK’s “Brexit” referendum.

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A blueprint for rebuilding Canada’s profile on the world stage

February 26, 2016

Stephen Toope, director of the Munk School of Global Affairs, on how to find focus on foreign policy matters.

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Citizen Lab Report Reveals Vulnerabilities in Baidu Browser

February 23, 2016

New report reveals that hundreds of millions of people are at risk of hacking and surveillance because of a popular internet browser.

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Canadian flag

Canada isn’t back...yet.

February 12, 2016

Stephen Toope, director of the Munk School of Global Affairs, argues that Canada has much to consider if we are to re-emerge as a power on the world stage.

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