It’s hard to forget that the company at the heart of the FBI encryption debate right now is Apple, literally the biggest company in the world.
Over the holidays, I ran into a good friend at a party who challenged the notion that encryption backdoors were something we should be fighting to prevent.
i2Coalition recently responded to the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee request for evidence on the “Snooper’s Charter” or Draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
i2Coalition Joins 18 Civil Society and Business Groups in Call for President Obama to Defend Strong Encryption.
The ramifications of poorly thought out surveillance legislation will have a lasting negative effect on an entire U.S. economic sector.
The i2Coalition signs New America’s Open Technology Institute’s open letter to President Obama on privacy and encryption backdoors.
We’ve collected a series of articles to help navigate the debate around encryption on the Internet that has ebbed and flowed for nearly twenty years.
The i2Coalition’s David Snead will be moderating the Wednesday March 25th night.TALK on banning encryption at WHD.global 2015.
The wholesale ban on encryption will be an initiative that most other countries won’t be keen on trying to implement.
Congratulations on a hard-fought victory on net neutrality this week. Unfortunately, much hard work protecting the open Internet remains to be done. The longstanding fight to protect the Open Internet will continue to be hashed out in court rooms, on Capitol Hill and FCC over the next few years. We need to be diligent about […]