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Global Encryption Coalition Webinar: Government Hacking
In recent months, governments’ technical capabilities to search mobile devices has come under greater scrutiny. Newly published research from academics and organizations like Upturn have cast new light on how governments may be gaining access to mobile devices and its consequences. The American Civil Liberties Union has also launched a lawsuit against the FBI, demanding they disclose records of its “technological capabilities for retrieving information from locked electronic devices.” At the same time, across the Atlantic, Europol has seemed to pour resources into government hacking with the launch of its new “Decryption Platform.” In this virtual panel hosted by the Global Encryption Coalition, experts from academia and civil society will discuss recent revelations around government hacking, its consequences for security and privacy, and its influence on the debate around end-to-end encryption.
date 2021/02/25 placeWebinar
DE-CIX Academy Webinar: Peering Tools
Interested in learning about the most important peering tools, like PeeringDB, DE-CIX Looking Glass, RIPE Stat, RIPE Atlas, and more? Then take part in this webinar, which will take place between 4:00 and 4:40 p.m. (CEST) on Thursday, 26 November.
date 2020/11/26 placeWebinar
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Webinar: The Future of Encryption in the EU
Encryption plays a vital role in increasing the overall trust in the Internet. The European Commission has put encryption high on the agenda of EU policymakers, with ongoing files such as the Digital Services Act and the ePrivacy Regulation as well as recent CJEU rulings highlighting encryption as a critical enabler of privacy and data protection. Nonetheless, some governments have recently called on companies to create backdoors to their encrypted devices and services to provide law enforcement with exceptional access. This webinar, joined by eco Vice Chair of the Board Klaus Landefeld, will bring together leading EU policymakers, civil society, industry, and other relevant stakeholders to discuss latest developments as well as the future trends concerning encryption in the EU. The keynote speech will be given by the European Data Protection Supervisor, Wojciech Wiewiórowski.