Robert Guerra

Citizen Lab

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Senior advisor to Citizen Lab, a research group associated with the University of Toronto that studies global security issues

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The web was invented 25 years ago by a British physicist with a strong sense of Western values.

The Web at 25: Free Flow of Information or Censorship?

The web was invented 25 years ago by a British physicist with a strong sense of Western values.

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