Protecting the Freedom to Encrypt

Widespread availability of advanced encryption technology has improved security for consumers and businesses, though some in law enforcement have voiced concerns that it limits their ability to prevent terrorism and prosecute crimes. On July 28, 2018, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) and the Fourth Amendment Advisory Committee hosted an expert panel to discuss how policymakers can protect consumer and business access to encryption while enacting policies that both encourage advances in cryptology and protect the rule of law.
 
Speakers 
 
 
Representative (D-WA)
U.S. Congress
Speaker
 
Deputy Director and Fellow, Technology Policy Program
CSIS
Panelist
 
Vice President
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Moderator
 
 
Distinguished Senior Fellow
R Street Institute
Panelist
 
 
Policy Counsel and Government Affairs Lead, Open Technology Institute
New America
Panelist
 
 
Cryptography Fellow
Stanford Center for Internet and Society
Panelist
 
 
U.S. Policy Manager
Access Now
Panelist

 

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