3 Nov 2014

Internet firms ‘in denial’ over terror role, warns GCHQ

The GCHQ director Robert Hannigan has accused internet firms of being “in denial” of the role their networks play in terrorism, demanding that they open them selves up more to intelligence services.

What do the internet firms make of this? And how does this fit in with recent arguments and developments on cyber security and the nation state raised by the whistleblower Edward Snowden?

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One reader comment

  1. Alan says:

    How can we begin to understand whilst the government and it’s agencies shroud themselves in secrecy. The state demands blind trust and faith yet doesn’t trust what it terms it’s citizens.

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