Étiquette : encryption (Page 2 of 3)

FBI couldn’t access nearly 7K devices because of encryption

«To put it mildly, this is a huge, huge problem,” Wray said. “It impacts investigations across the board — narcotics, human trafficking, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, gangs, organized crime, child exploitation. […] I get it, there’s a balance that needs to be struck between encryption and the importance of giving us the tools we need to keep the public safe» – Christopher Wray (FBI Director).

Source : FBI couldn’t access nearly 7K devices because of encryption

Today, Freedom of the Press Foundation is publishing an open letter to the world’s leading camera manufacturers—including Nikon, Sony, Canon, Olympus, and Fuji—urging them to build encryption into their still photo and video cameras to help protect the filmmakers and photojournalists who use them. The letter is signed by over 150 documentary filmmakers and photojournalists from around the world, including fifteen Academy Award nominees and winners, such as Laura Poitras, Alex Gibney, Joshua Oppenheimer, and many more. You can read the full text below.

Source : Over 150 filmmakers and photojournalists call on major camera manufacturers to build encryption into their cameras

Mr. Xi outlined what he described as the two prevalent viewpoints on tech policy in China. Under one, the country would continue with an industrial policy intended to absorb technology from foreign companies and ensure products are “secure and controllable.” That phrase, companies and industry groups said, could include such measures as giving the Chinese government access to systems, providing encryption keys or handing over source code.

Source : China Quietly Targets U.S. Tech Companies in Security Reviews – The New York Times

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