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Automated Relationship-based Privacy Management in Social Media
Wednesday 29 May 2013, 0900-1630
The Work Foundation
Dr Nathan Roger, Swansea University
Thursday 30 May 2013, 1300-1400
The research described in this talk,argues that since September 11th 2001 image warfare has replaced techno-war (first premiered during the 1991 Gulf War) as the primary warfighting model. It suggests that image warfare is a form of warfare in which al-Qaeda currently dominates while the West is still playing catch-up. Consequently there is an urgent need to better understand image warfare, rather than merely revising techno-war strategies, in an attempt to counter the new security challenges...