Posts Tagged ‘Data Privacy’

Briefs & Analysis

Encryption is Here to Stay

All Americans – including both company executives and law enforcement officials across the nation – want to keep our country safe and secure. This shouldn’t […] More

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Obstructing Governance by Consent

At least twice in the past year, the U.S. was Twappled.  That is, multibillion-dollar U.S. corporations used their significant position in their respective industry to […] More

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The FBI-Apple Battle Is Far from Over

The Justice Department has dropped its legal effort to force Apple to unlock the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino […] More

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The Privacy Argument

Apple should not be coerced into hacking into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, and we must get to a point as a society where law […] More

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Foreign Tech Access in China

Before Chinese President Xi Jinping made it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for his meeting with President Obama this fall, his Boeing 747-400 had a layover […] More