Monthly Archives: March 2016

Encryption Should not Trump Law Enforcement

TL;DR: Law Enforcement should be able to access individual encrypted devices when properly authorized by court order, as long as the devices are physically in their possession via normal search and seizure. Encryption has long been used to secure communications over public networks, from government secrets to email and commerce. While technological advances provide more privacy to users, Law Enforcement (LE) must be afforded some access to secured devices when authorized by a court. Without this capability, LE becomes incapable … Continue reading

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