A new report targets the likes of Yahoo!, Google, Microsoft, Skype, and Cisco for their role in aiding China’s “Great Firewall.”
Natalie Ratcliffe is an Analyst with The SecDev Group. Ms. Ratcliffe is interested in the intersection of cyberspace and policy issues. Her research focuses on the impact of new media on the war fighter and the emergence of cyberspace as a new war-fighting domain. More recently she has examined the role of western Internet companies in information restricted environments. Prior to her work at The SecDev Group, Ms. Ratcliffe worked as a Project Officer at the Conference of Defence Associations Institute. In this position, she provided weekly updates on Canadian defence issues, which were given broad distribution in policy-making circles. She co-organized conferences featuring prominent Canadian and American defence officials, policy makers and academics. Ms. Ratcliffe earned a Masters in History from the University of Ottawa, where her research focused on Canadian-American relations during the Vietnam War.