Top Security Experts Say Government Limits On Encryption Present Risks

Top Security Experts Say Government Limits On Encryption Present Risks

By Cat Zakrzewski A group of top cybersecurity experts reported today that giving law enforcement special access to encrypted data for investigations would pose “major security risks.” The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab report included input from cryptography expert Bruce Schneier and researchers from MIT, Stanford University,… Read More

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