If the U.S., the U.K. or any other government sought to create an objective framework for decision making, what might that look like?
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GCHQ’s proposal to allow governments to eavesdrop on encrypted communications with a warrant is a backdoor by another name.
The Levy-Robinson proposal is no less dangerous a backdoor than any others that have been proposed.
The document offers one of the clearest policy positions articulated yet by any national government.
Kaspersky Labs, the Russian cybersecurity company, helped the NSA find a mole? For real.... it did.
Recent actions by the U.K. and Germany set a new bar for how nations can and should use a vulnerabilities equities process.
On Thursday, the Justice Department announced charges against two Chinese nationals it alleges are connected with the China-based hacking group known by the government as Advanced Persistent Threat 10 (APT10). The charges are related to an alleged persistent campaign of cybertheft of technology and personal data. The indictment is available here and below. Video of the Justice Department press conference is also available below.
The Paris Call is a step in the right direction in bringing stability and security to the borderless cyberspace through public and private-sector cooperation. But the calls in this declaration must be met with strong enforcement.
What should a course on cybersecurity law and policy actually cover? I’ve been developing an “open source” syllabus with support from the Hewlett Foundation, and last spring I posted the initial version. Now I’m back to share the 2.0.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s new cyber initiative is a welcome framework for negotiations on values and norms of behavior in cyberspace.