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Is Breaking Web Encryption Legal?

Companies finding ways to subvert Internet encryption have been in the news recently. Last month, in-flight Wifi provider Gogo was caught intercepting encrypted web sessions on YouTube and other video sites in order to throttle high-bandwidth users. And earlier this week, it was revealed that Lenovo was installing adware on laptops that intercepted all encrypted web requests…

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Hearing Before the Senate On Protecting America from Cyber Attacks: The Importance of Information Sharing

Greg Nojeim’s testimony for the January 28th hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on Protecting America from Cyber Attacks. He will explain how Congress can embrace cybersecurity information sharing policies with appropriate authorities and safeguards that enhance both privacy and security.

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US Warrants Don’t Reach Digital Content Stored Abroad

The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) today jointly filed an amicus brief in support of Microsoft’s position that the US government cannot compel a company to turn over the contents of a user’s electronic data stored in another country. The case, which is being appealed to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York, has broad implications…

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