Sharon Bradford Franklin

Australia’s controversial encryption busting laws remain a threat to cybersecurity, privacy, US trade and human rights, according to the world’s largest technology companies and civil rights groups. The cohort, represented by the Open Technology Institute, is urging the Australian government to amend or repeal the legislation which passed late last

It is a fairly binary question: should paedophiles have an absolute right to privacy? Should those who would do the community harm through acts of mass murder be allowed to operate free from digital harassment by law enforcement and intelligence services? Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter And if