Encryption

We Now Know What Information the FBI Can Obtain from Encrypted Messaging Apps

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Dec 14th, 2021

What the Afghanistan Withdrawal Teaches Us About Safeguarding Human Rights Evidence

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Nov 5th, 2021

Client-Side Scanning: A New Front In the War on User Control of Technology

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Oct 28th, 2021

Encryption Originalism

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Jul 16th, 2021

App Stores as Back-Doors for Government Regulation of End-to-End Encryption

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Oct 15th, 2020

Don’t Blame Privacy for Big Tech’s Monopoly on Information

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Sep 18th, 2020

Telegram’s Cryptocurrency Could Have a Terrorism Problem

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Mar 5th, 2020

The FBI and Apple Redux

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Feb 27th, 2020

Why the Ghost Keys ‘Solution’ to Encryption is No Solution

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Jul 18th, 2019

Split Over Compelled Decryption Deepens With Massachusetts Case

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Apr 30th, 2019

Give Up the Ghost: A Backdoor by Another Name

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Jan 4th, 2019

Tech Pressure on Privacy: National Security Requires a Fuller View of Corporate Social Responsibility

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Jul 19th, 2018

How to Move the Battle Lines in the Crypto-Wars

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Apr 5th, 2018

The EWI Encryption Report: Stop Trying to Sell Me a Shoebox

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Mar 7th, 2018

Why An Encryption Backdoor for Just the “Good Guys” Won’t Work

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Mar 2nd, 2018

Where Does the Trump Administration Stand on Encryption?

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Nov 28th, 2017

Responsibility and the Encryption Debate: A Response to DAG Rosenstein

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Oct 17th, 2017

Feinstein-Burr 2.0: The Crypto Backdoor Bill Lives On

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Sep 9th, 2016

The Encryption Debate: All Quiet on the Western Front?

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Jul 6th, 2016

Feinstein-Burr: The Bill That Bans Your Browser

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Apr 29th, 2016

Congress’s Embarrassingly Empty (National Security) Record

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Apr 29th, 2016

Feinstein-Burr, Encryption, and “The Rule of Law”

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Apr 19th, 2016

Here’s What the Burr-Feinstein Anti-Crypto Bill Gets Wrong

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Apr 15th, 2016

FBI Discovers It Can Access That iPhone After All

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Mar 22nd, 2016

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