A new law could change the U.S. approach to cross-border access to data — for better and worse
5 Jan 2018 •
The U.S. could help improve cross-border access to data, but not without ensuring there are sufficient protections for human rights.
Differential privacy, part 3: Extraordinary claims require extraordinary scrutiny
30 Nov 2017 •
Companies that use differential privacy have greater responsibility to be transparent about what they can (or cannot) do to protect our data.
Differential privacy, part 2: It’s complicated
15 Nov 2017 •
For at-risk users, privacy is vital for safety and the exercise of human rights. In part two of our series on differential privacy, we take a close look at the complexities of implementing the approach.
Understanding differential privacy and why it matters for digital rights
25 Oct 2017 •
For at-risk users, privacy is vital for safety and the exercise of human rights. Our analysis examines a promising approach to protecting privacy, and how it can be used responsibly.
“Five Eyes” governments respond to coalition demands to stop undermining encryption
18 Oct 2017 •
Here’s a status update on the Five Eyes governments’ positions on encryption.
Our fall cheat sheet for the U.S. Congress
10 Oct 2017 •
Here’s how the U.S. should proceed on “cyber” to keep the internet secure.