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Episode 53  |  31:22 min

Tackling the terrorist use of the internet

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Episode 53  |  31:22 min  |  09.06.2021

Tackling the terrorist use of the internet

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This is a podcast episode titled, Tackling the terrorist use of the internet. The summary for this episode is: <p>In this episode we speak to Adam Hadley on understanding and countering terrorist use of the internet.</p><p>Adam Hadley is the CEO of London-based data science consultancy QuantSpark and Founder of the Online Harms Foundation which implements Tech Against Terrorism, a public-private partnership launched by the global tech sector and the UN in 2017. Adam is a leading commentator on the role of analytics and data science in society and business, digital transformation, social change through technology, and supporting the tech sector in tackling the terrorist use of the internet.&nbsp;</p>
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Adam Hadley
CEO of QuantSpark
Adam Hadley is the CEO of London-based data science consultancy QuantSpark and Founder of the Online Harms Foundation which implements Tech Against Terrorism, a public-private partnership launched by the global tech sector and the UN in 2017. Adam is a leading commentator on the role of analytics and data science in society and business, digital transformation, social change through technology, and supporting the tech sector in tackling the terrorist use of the internet. He writes extensively and has been quoted by the BBC, Wired, Politico, Financial Times, Vice, Al Jazeera, Channel 4, The Guardian, France24, and other national and international media. As a recognised authority in his field, Adam has addressed dozens of counter-terrorism conferences including at the United Nations, the OSCE, the EU Internet Forum, DSEI, ICT Hertzliyya, Chatham House and at many other international organisations. As a recognised authority in his field, Adam has addressed the United Nations and the OSCE, and spoken at the DSEI conference. He is an industry leader in creating and growing organisations and working closely with internal stakeholders.
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