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Milton Mueller

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Professor at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies; founder of the Internet Governance Project; author of Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance

Milton Mueller on KCRW

Every Internet user has now been warned: change all your passwords. Two thirds of all websites could be vulnerable to a security flaw called Heartbleed. Then again, they might not.

Heartbleed Bug Reignites Debate over Net Security, Governance

Every Internet user has now been warned: change all your passwords. Two thirds of all websites could be vulnerable to a security flaw called Heartbleed. Then again, they might not.

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