Don’t expect Silicon Valley to help the government when the tech industry’s financial incentives encourage opposition.
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Remarks of Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, about encryption at the U.S. Naval Academy on Tuesday.
Upgrades in Apple's forthcoming operating system update will complicate electronic search efforts at the border.
Australia is weighing in on the encryption debate regarding exceptional access by law enforcement.
According to published news reports, the Australian government plans to “introduce draft legislation that will attempt to force technology companies to break into end-to-end encrypted messages.”
While the basic contours of the encryption debate in Germany are similar to the US, there are also important differences that shape Germany’s approach to crypto policy.
In a case about releasing information regarding unlocking a phone, the FBI presented a brief arguing that the security risks means it should not be required to release information about the company that unlocked the phone.
This week, Lawfare will be rounding up coverage of some of our favorite national security topics of the past twelve months. Today, we're covering two topics on which readers may want a refresh before the issues heat up in 2017: FISA Section 702 and the Going Dark debate.
The enactment of the Rule 41 changes concludes a rather frivolous debate over government hacking and paves the way for a far more substantive one.
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has released a new version of its white paper on "Smartphone Encryption and Public Safety."