Read the articles:
Congressional action on cybersecurity would send strong message to China, By H. West Richards, Oct 5, 2015
Congress Wants Companies Facing Cyberattacks to Share Data, and It’s Not a Moment Too Soon, By Paul Kurtz, May 19, 2015
What should be the government and private roles in setting policies for cybersecurity?
What is the current status of U.S. policy for cyber and what is currently being considered by the President and Congress?
l predominately concentrate on politics at the ‘macro-level’ due to the nature of each artist’s critique. The essay is divided along the binary of content and form, though there is inevitable slippage between the two, these have served as two broad categories from which to align my thinking. First I will concentrate on how content is used to address politics, dissecting themes of Truth and UnTruth in Maclean’s Spite Your Face and considering the linkage of ideology and political statement with the help of Terry Eagleton’s book Ideology. The source of Abboud’s story and their watery associations and their relation to the politics of water in Palestine today will follow. In the final section of ‘content’ Maclean’s critique of consumerism will be explored, alongside critical writings about artists working in the post-internet traditions. Alongside Brechtian writings by Walter Benjamin and Terry Eagleton, I will look at form, and how Brechtian methodologies exist (or don’t) in the strategy of the artist’s work and how these can contribute to a political message. Each will ask how politics is addressed and how meaning is produced on every level and how this relates to a political message/call to action. Rachel Maclean Rachel Maclean is a Scottish artist working in film and digital print. Known for her extravagant costuming and use of green-screen technology, Maclean plays all the characters her films lip-synching to found audio or scripts voiced by actors. Originally commissioned for the Sc>GET ANSWER