Science

War of the Twitter Bots

July 18, 2018

Professor Paul Rosenzweig discusses the future of Big Tech and the balancing act platforms like Twitter and Facebook face in keeping an open dialogue while combating those who abuse it. […]

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Professor's Perspective

Pardons and the Presumption of Regularity

June 5, 2018

THE NEWS, Op-Eds By Great Courses Professors: Pardons and the Presumption of Regularity. President Trump’s decision to pardon Dinesh D’Souza and his musings about pardoning others remind us once again about how transformative (in a not-good way) the Trump presidency truly is. At bottom, so much of our institutional structures in America are founded on a presumption of regularity in the executive. Not a presumption of wisdom and not a presumption of effectiveness, but in essence, a presumption of well-meaning interest in the good of the country. Read more on The Great Courses Daily. […]

Professor's Perspective

Is Cybersecurity Improving?

April 9, 2018

Is Cybersecurity Improving? Professor Paul Rosenzweig discusses the year over year analysis of how safe we have actually become. […]

Professor Chats

The State of Cybersecurity

January 7, 2016

On March 23, 2015, Professor Paul Rosenzweig sat down for a live Q&A session with his fans from across the globe. The chat is over, […]