Cybercrime

Digital harm is on the rise – here's how we can give victims a pathway to justice

New forms of digital harm require new forms of redress. Image: REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

Sheila Warren

Chief Executive Officer, Crypto Council for Innovation

Kirstine Stewart

Executive Vice-President, CBC English Services, World Economic Forum LLC

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Evin Cheikosman

Policy Analyst, Crypto Impact and Sustainability Accelerator, World Economic Forum

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