The University of Adelaide in partnership with edX is offering online course ‘Cyberwar, Surveillance and Security’. This 6-week course is aimed at providing a broad understanding of the competing tensions of the laws related to national security and personal and commercial privacy in the post-Snowden online environment.
The overall objective of this course is to give new insights into the extent, purposes and impact of global networked surveillance technologies.
Course At A Glance
Length: 6 weeks Effort: 2-3 hours/week Subject: Cyberwar, Surveillance and Security Institution: The University of Adelaide Languages: English Price: Free Certificate Available: Yes Session: Self-Paced
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About This Course
Once heralded as the ultimate vehicle for open communication and self-expression, the internet is rapidly becoming a globally networked surveillance device. Serious threats to national security, combined with the seemingly endless capacity of digital processing and storage, have led to levels of data capture and 24/7 monitoring of individuals’ activity that were unimaginable even a decade ago.
With resistance to such practices rising, this course will equip you to take an active part in the debate.
Why Take This Course?
This is a free online course. Applicants can pursue a verified certificate. This MOOC will be offered with Video Transcripts.
After completing this course students will learn:
-New insights into the extent, purposes and impact of global networked surveillance technologies -Knowledge of the nature and consequences of cyber-activism and cyberwar -Understanding of the spectrum of responses to the complexity of issues involved in online surveillance and security
Dr. Melissa de Zwart an expert in laws affecting the digital environment
Dr. Rebecca LaForgia undertakes research examining transparency and public participation
Dr. Dale Stephens an expert in the law of armed conflict and national security law. He is a Captain in the Royal Australian Navy Reserve
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