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How fragile is the internet?

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With everything on the cloud, transmitted through transient beams of wi-fi from one device to another, the internet can often feel like an ethereal, intanglible thing. But, of course, it’s not it’s cables and servers and a lot of infrastructure. And maybe that infrastructure itself, isn’t a solid as we like to think. Adam Murphy spoke to Vasileios Giotsas, from Lancaster University about the internet's weak spots...

Period27/08/2019

With everything on the cloud, transmitted through transient beams of wi-fi from one device to another, the internet can often feel like an ethereal, intanglible thing. But, of course, it’s not it’s cables and servers and a lot of infrastructure. And maybe that infrastructure itself, isn’t a solid as we like to think. Adam Murphy spoke to Vasileios Giotsas, from Lancaster University about the internet's weak spots...

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TitleHow fragile is the internet?
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletBBC 5 Live
Media typeRadio
Duration/Length/Size06:13
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date27/08/19
DescriptionWith everything on the cloud, transmitted through transient beams of wi-fi from one device to another, the internet can often feel like an ethereal, intanglible thing. But, of course, it’s not it’s cables and servers and a lot of infrastructure. And maybe that infrastructure itself, isn’t a solid as we like to think. Adam Murphy spoke to Vasileios Giotsas, from Lancaster University about the internet's weak spots...
Producer/AuthorAdam Murphy
PersonsVasileios Giotsas