We think that the forces opening new opportunities for government surveillance mean that, whatever the situation with iOS 8 encryption versus its
Berkman in the News
Governments have access to more data on individuals than ever, and encryption is unlikely to alter this trend, finds Harvard
Tech companies and privacy advocates have been in a stalemate with government officials over how encrypted communication affects the ability of federal investigators to monitor terrorists and other criminals. A new study by Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society convened experts from all sides to put the issue in context.
Internet of Things opens government access to real-time, recorded communications.
WASHINGTON — For more than two years the FBI and intelligence agencies have warned that encrypted communications are creating a “going dark” crisis that will keep them from tracking terrorists and kidnappers.
Harvard’s internet arm frets about gizmo security