Deepfake a clear and present danger to democracy

Cybersecurity awareness month a good time to take stock of digital threats

18 October 2020 - 00:00 By Andile Ngcaba

The Boston University College of Communication traces the history of human communication from oral form to simple symbols and graphics, to the age of literacy with handwritten symbols, the alphabet and the printing press.

The Gutenberg press resulted in massive disruptions that made information available to more people, decentralising and democratising knowledge and information...

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