Posts Tagged ‘Encryption’

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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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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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The Rise of Quantum Computing

Apple’s dispute with the FBI has caused a resurgence of the debate about encryption in the United States, but the tech industry is working on […] More

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A Market Ready to Explode

Quantum computing is poised to usher in a new era in computing by allowing access to unprecedented speed and new problem solving capabilities. The Cipher […] More

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A Challenge to Encryption

Debates about encryption have been a hot button issue for some time, as privacy advocates and law-enforcement agencies debate about the merits of privacy versus […] More

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How One Bad Apple Case Could Hurt

The court order demanding Apple create an encryption-breaking tool was never about a single iPhone.  A disclosure in a federal court yesterday revealed that the […] More

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After Paris, Encryption Debate Rages

The debate about “Going Dark” has reignited following the tragic attacks in Paris last week. There have been claims the terrorists used encrypted communications to […] More

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Going Dark

The government is in a bind – it wants to stop criminals and terrorists, but it also wants to support strong encryption. Navigating this quandary […] More

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The Encryption Debate

“Are we so mistrustful of government—and of law enforcement—that we are willing to let bad guys walk away…willing to leave victims in search of justice?” […] More

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Lawful Hacking

According to press reports, the White House has considered and rejected four options to address the so-called “going dark” problem where the growing ubiquity of […] More

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The Encryption Debate

Our government should not want a backdoor to encrypted messages. The government says it wants to have a special set of keys to decrypt any […] More

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