Connection: Wiretap Laws

I’m experimenting with a new kind of post, where I simply make a connection between two or more ideas, usually with little or no commentary. Here’s the first one: Ed Felten, yesterday: CALEA II: Risks of wiretap modifications to endpoints Today I joined a group of twenty computer scientists in issuing a report criticizing an FBI plan toContinue reading “Connection: Wiretap Laws”

Gun Control and Strong Encryption

In light of recent events, I wondered if anyone was making a connection between gun control and the regulation of strong encryption. So I googled it and found that someone had: me, two years ago. Related: why do so many news reports use the term “gunman” (emphasizing the noun; Google News has 2.49 million results inContinue reading “Gun Control and Strong Encryption”