That’s it, case closed: the media companies that filed a Freedom of Information Act request can’t appeal
Chester joins this week’s episode of our security podcast all the way from Austin, Texas…enjoy!
The court of public opinion doesn’t seem to have decided who to support yet. How would you argue the case for or against?
Ah, the irony! As the US judiciary presses Apple to open one security hole, another one closes…
Here’s the latest episode of our award-winning security podcast – enjoy!
A lawmaker has put a call to outlaw encryption by default on mobile phones into a human trafficking bill.
BlackBerry is refuting recent media claims that its encryption was “cracked” in police investigations where data was recovered from encrypted devices.
France describes cryptographic backdoors as “a vulnerability by design,” and therefore “not a good solution.” We agree, and here is why…
If it passes, Apple and Google, et al., would have to either hobble encryption or pay $2,500 fines per phone sold in the state.