Berkman in the News
New consumer gadgets create more ways to monitor crime online, technologists report.
A Harvard University study finds that notions of a new age of untraceable criminals is overblown. Why?
The report concludes that the rise of network-connected devices will lead to more opportunities for surveillance, not less.
Encrypted communication is making law enforcement and counter-terrorism investigations more difficult, but fears of “going dark” are overblown.
The rise of mobile computing and more vulnerable internet-connected devices could actually make surveillance easier for national security officials, report says
Criminals may run, but they can’t hide even with encryption, according to a new study from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. The findings show that law enforcement still has options to circumvent an emerging world of cybersecurity.
United States News -WASHINGTON • For more than two years the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other intelligence agencies in the United States have warned that encrypted communications are creating a “going dark” crisis that will keep them from tracking terrorists and kidnappers.. Read more at straitstimes.com.