We shouldn’t wait another fifteen years for a conversation about government hacking

posted by
August 15, 2016
Electronic Frontier Foundation
by Nate Cardozo and Andrew Crocker  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"With high-profile hacks in the headlines and government officials trying to reopen a long-settled debate about encryption, information security has become a mainstream issue. But we feel that one element of digital security hasn’t received enough critical attention: the role of government in acquiring and exploiting vulnerabilities and hacking for law enforcement and intelligence purposes. That's why EFF recently published some thoughts on a positive agenda for reforming how the government, obtains, creates, and uses vulnerabilities in our systems for a variety of purposes, from overseas espionage and cyberwarfare to domestic law enforcement investigations." (08/12/16)



  • dL

    always chuckle at the “national conversation” superstition…

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