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It's Not About The Porn
Who needs privacy, anyway?
Today, Republicans (and only Republicans) voted to strip the American people of their privacy online. That’s the only way to look at it. Because
🗓️ March 28, 2017
When the gatekeepers can't keep the gate.
I’m not a big fan of Business Insider, but there are some good quotes and links in this story. Most in the technology community rallied around
🗓️ August 22, 2016
🔗 Business Insider
🏷️ Linked List
Microsoft Sues Over Gag Orders
Redmond thinks the ECPA goes too far
Microsoft, in a complaint to the Justice Department, says that governments shouldn’t be able to keep cloud providers behind a gag order when they
🗓️ April 14, 2016
🏷️ Linked List
Both Sides of Their Mouth
Do they think we don't notice this stuff?
So let me get this straight… The FBI is in court right now telling the Department of Justice how it may sometimes need access to information, and
🗓️ March 18, 2016
Richard Clarke Talks Encryption
'Not as interested in solving the problem'
Richard Clarke, former National Security Council leader and security advisor to Clinton, Bush and Obama, in an interview with NPR If I were in the
🗓️ March 15, 2016
Apple's FBI fight gets some backup
As listed on a Press Info page on Apple’s site, Amicus Briefs supporting Apple’s stance on this issue. In no particular order, these companies and
🗓️ March 3, 2016
🔗 Via Apple
Law Is Hard
Orin Kerr, writing for The Washington Post, has a great breakdown of the challenges both sides face in the Apple vs. FBI phone-unlocking saga This
🗓️ February 25, 2016
🔗 The Washington Post
Disingenuous, At Best
FBI Director James Comey pleads his case The San Bernardino litigation isn’t about trying to set a precedent or send any kind of message.
🗓️ February 22, 2016
🔗 Lawfare Blog
'Tim Cook: A Dangerous Precedent'
Apple vs. the FBI Round 2
In an open letter on the Apple Web site, Tim Cook lays out his case against helping the government unlock an iPhone: The government suggests this
🗓️ February 17, 2016
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