Experts Doubt Russian Claims That Cryptographic Flaw Was a Coincidence
At a recent international standards meeting, experts said they weren’t convinced by a Russian explanation about a potentially flawed new encryption algorithm.
Experts Call for Transparency Around Google’s Chinese-Made Security Keys
Google's Titan Security Keys, used to lock down accounts, are produced in China. Several experts want more answers on that supply chain process, for fears of tampering or security issues.
Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones, Records Show
A Motherboard investigation has found that law enforcement agencies across the country have purchased GrayKey, a relatively cheap tool for bypassing the encryption on iPhones, while the FBI pushes again for encryption backdoors.
20 Years Ago, A Senator Became the First US Lawmaker to Use Encryption
How Sen. Patrick Leahy became an early adopter of encryption.
This Video Perfectly Explains The Encryption Debate
Let stick figures tell you why you should care about encryption.
Congress's New Encryption Bill Just Leaked, And It's As Bad As Experts Imagined
Congress once again ignores experts’ warnings with bill that force companies to create backdoors.
The US Government Canceled Its Hearing with Apple Over iPhone Backdoor
The FBI and DOJ ask to back out at the eleventh hour, citing a potential alternative method for cracking the phone.
The FBI Filed Its Response to Apple’s Resistance to Backdooring the iPhone
"Reply in Support of the Government’s Motion to Compel and Opposition to Apple Inc.’s Motion to Vacate."
The FBI Is at War With Apple Because It Couldn’t Change Wiretap Law
When politicians talk about legislating encryption, what they’re really talking about is lawful surveillance.
While Apple Fights the FBI, UK Surveillance Law Could Demand Secret Backdoors
The draft Investigatory Powers Bill includes sections on stripping electronic protections, which some say are comparable to the FBI's demand for an iPhone backdoor.
Apple: We Will Fight FBI Demand to Crack iPhone Passcode
Tim Cook argues cracking San Bernardino shooter's phone would set a dangerous precedent that "would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect."
Rogers and Alcatel-Lucent Proposed an Encryption Backdoor for Police
The system would encrypt messages use a pre-defined random number that only a select few would know.