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03 Aug 2006

Internet Security: Legend or Myth ICANN

In late June I paid a visit to the Oxford Internet Institute, where they offered me the chance to talk about whatever I wanted. This year's talk was on Internet Security: Legend or Myth. The blurb said:

The Internet is sort of like a town where your local crack house can put up a front window that looks just like Boots, and teenagers can hotwire most people's cars and start playing bumper cars on the M40. Is this a place that anyone would want to visit, much less live in? What can we do about it?

I thought it went pretty well, but you can watch it and decide for yourself. Visit the OII's web page for the talk where you can choose streaming video or downloadable MP4's.

Free video bonus: at the beginning of the talk, Ted Nelson introduces me.

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