The Global Encryption Coalition wrote an open letter to Apple, calling on the company to abandon its recently announced plans to build surveillance capabilities into iPhones, iPads and other Apple products. On August 5, 2021, Apple announced that it will be installing surveillance software that will conduct on-device scanning in Messages and photos. As the coalition’s […]
Brazilian Code of Criminal Procedure Reform Working Group: Citizens should be protected from encryption backdoors, massive data collection, and unchecked government hacking.
68 million of your constituents are at risk of losing the most important tool to keep them safe and protected from cyber-criminals and hostile governments.
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At a time when people need digital security more than ever, governments should support end-to-end encryption as the most effective way to ensure the personal security of billions of people and the national security of nations around the world.
The Global Encryption Coalition Steering Committee, along with more than 75 other civil society and industry organizations and individual cybersecurity experts, have signed on to an open letter strongly opposing the LAED Act.
The most effective way to ensure the security of our health information is to adopt and preserve uncompromised, end-to-end encryption practices, as well as the policies that support them.
The encryption backdoors that the DOJ is calling for would create new opportunities for nefarious actors to access or manipulate our data, putting American citizens, our national security professionals, and our infrastructure at greater risk of harm.