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The best security reads of 2018

Here we are on the precipice of a new year. If you’re like us, you found it tough to keep abreast of 2018’s relentless stream of breaking news. Making time for deep reads may have been nearly impossible. No worries. Our editorial team has put together a list of their favorite security-related reads of the

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Should we treat bigotry like a public health crisis?

The ways we control disease may work for pathological bigotry. By Ronald W. Pies, Tufts University Over a decade ago, I wrote a piece for a psychiatric journal entitled “Is Bigotry a Mental Illness?” At the time, some psychiatrists were advocating making “pathological bigotry” or pathological bias – essentially, bias so extreme it interferes with daily

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