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Open Letter to Law Enforcement in the U.S., UK, and Australia: Weak Encryption Puts Billions of Internet Users at Risk

On Dec 10, 2019
@ITIFdc shared
RT @OTI: 🚨@OTI and an international coalition of 100+ civil society orgs, tech companies, trade associations, and security experts call for an end to the campaign against encryption in an open letter to law enforcement in the U.S., UK, and Australia. Read below. https://t.co/GADXi8VFIk
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International coalition of 102 civil society organizations, tech companies, and experts call for stronger encryption

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On Dec 10, 2019
@ITIFdc shared
RT @OTI: 🚨@OTI and an international coalition of 100+ civil society orgs, tech companies, trade associations, and security experts call for an end to the campaign against encryption in an open letter to law enforcement in the U.S., UK, and Australia. Read below. https://t.co/GADXi8VFIk
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Open Letter to Law Enforcement in the U.S., UK, and Australia: Weak Encryption Puts Billions of Internet Users at Risk

International coalition of 102 civil society organizations, tech companies, and experts call for stronger encryption


On Dec 6, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @techreview: To understand why blockchain matters, we must look back at the dot-com bubble of the 1990s and the 14th century. https://t.co/5QstuiELJe
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In blockchain we trust

To understand why blockchain matters, look past the wild speculation at what is being built underneath, argue the authors of The Age of Cryptocurrency and its newly published follow-up, The ...

On Dec 5, 2019
@siliconrepublic shared
Is a quantum computing future actually possible? https://t.co/fsLumxdaFu
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Is a quantum computing future actually possible?

Subhash Kak, regents professor at Oklahoma State University, explains the potential obstacles to a quantum computing future.

On Dec 5, 2019
@coe shared
RT @coe_ita: Oggi, al via il seminario sulle sfide poste dall'#intelligenzaartificiale e sul ruolo dei giovani nel suo utilizzo responsabile nelle società democratiche. Tra i partecipanti, figura il Prof. Alessio Plebe dell'@unimessina @YouthCOE @COE4AI @CoEYDItaly 👉https://t.co/SuRzVM4liU https://t.co/v8OJxBvz0A
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Artificial Intelligence

By its present and future impact on social life and organisation or by its reliance on young people to programme and fine-tune AI technologies, AI is very closely related to young ...

On Dec 4, 2019
@ENERGY shared
[email protected] implements lab-wide #AI for Science initiative, transforming science to improving lives. #NationalLabs https://t.co/QpemX4Shgu https://t.co/DFwdrfdTsN
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Artificial Intelligence: Transforming science, improving lives

A staunch supporter of AI, particularly deep learning, Stevens is principal investigator on a multi-institutional effort that is developing the deep neural network application CANDLE ...

On Dec 13, 2019
@EPFL_Park shared
RT @decentriq: #Tech4Trust: Enabling Trust in the Cyberspace. Join us on Jan. 14th, 2020 in Zurich (Switzerland) - https://t.co/V0MqRtKmTv @Deloitte @EPFL_Park @trustsquare @Trust_Square #confidentialcomputing @IntelSecurity @Azure https://t.co/PTU3EIAjF1
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Tech4Trust: Enabling Trust in the Cyberspace

Discover innovative solutions to fight against disinformation, cyberthreats and the global misuse of our personal data.

On Dec 15, 2019
@MayaPlentz shared
RT @TeachPrivacy: Notable Privacy and Security Books of 2019 via @DanielSolove https://t.co/CVWvzrTbTq Books by @shoshanazuboff @julie17usc @cagoldberglaw @ma_franks @MargaretAtwood @jkosseff @tedclaypoole @JillHasday @henryfarrell @ric_l_simmons @KateFazzini @NoraADraper @CarolAnnBrowne https://t.co/1oZQjgiYpo
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Notable Privacy and Security Books 2019

Daniel J. Solove, in his blog for TeachPrivacy, publishes his annual list of notable books on privacy and security topics from 2018.

On Dec 4, 2019
@accessnow shared
We have joined a coalition of leading rights groups in Australia in public comments on newly introduced amendments to the deeply flawed TOLA (Assistance and Access) Act 2018. #digitalsecurity https://t.co/Y9iZ2f7AK9 @DRWaus
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In Australia, major amendments to encryption law are a step in the right direction

We support long-overdue amendments to this fundamentally flawed legislation, and urge lawmakers to ensure proper and public reporting on how TOLA's authorities are being used.

On Dec 4, 2019
@MayaPlentz shared
Take a listen: Anne Neuberger, head of the National Security Agency's Cybersecurity Directorate, talks with Wall Street Journal @dnvolz about the concerns posed by China, North Korea, Iran and Russia to U.S. corporate networks https://t.co/yTuC77hiPD #CyberSecurity https://t.co/bIq9V4brp2
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NSA to Issue Updated Cloud Security Guidance

The National Security Agency plans to issue updated guidance to companies on cybersecurity in the cloud, a senior official said, amid a series of attacks that have targeted service ...

On Dec 2, 2019
@POLITICOEurope shared
RT @laurenscerulus: Pompeo in @POLITICOEurope today reiterates call to scrap Huawei. One year into US diplomatic campaign, things aren’t cooling down. https://t.co/xvX8MQzXd6
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Europe must put security first with 5G

US message to EU allies: Don’t trust Chinese firms with critical networks.

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On Dec 11, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @cccalum: "We’ve been told that there is nothing to worry about AI. New technologies will only replace mundane, repetitive jobs, and free up workers to do more meaningful work." "When people say not to worry, that’s the precise time to worry." https://t.co/kxJLUC6fFp
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Artificial Intelligence Is Superseding Well-Paying Wall Street Jobs

Algorithms in electronic markets have already automated the jobs once dominated by thousands of traders.

On Dec 1, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @DorotheaBaur: There is increasing backlash against China's widespread adoption of #FacialRecognition, now also directed at the government's exploit of #data to track the population. also contains troubling video on #China's 'training camps' for Muslims ht @fabiochiusi https://t.co/BkN1P0qWLU
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China due to introduce face scans for mobile users

Beijing wants people to use only real identities online but there is concern over data collection.

On Dec 10, 2019
@Parlimag shared
#BigData: Safeguarding our fundamental rights - Data is ubiquitous, but its value cannot be underestimated so let’s be careful on how it’s used, writes @EvaKaili. https://t.co/T4ayUrcmef https://t.co/qClklV8OSm
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Big data: Safeguarding our fundamental rights

Data is ubiquitous, but its value cannot be underestimated so let’s be careful on how it’s used, writes Eva Kaili.

On Dec 12, 2019
@siliconrepublic shared
6 brilliant Berlin blockchain start-ups worth keeping an eye on https://t.co/h8OQ7aeJ5K
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6 brilliant Berlin blockchain start-ups worth keeping an eye on

With a wealth of Berlin blockchain businesses to choose from, we have rounded up start-ups using the technology in some interesting ways.

On Dec 6, 2019
@MayaPlentz shared
RT @apolyakova: “China isn’t the only merchant offering digital surveillance tools to strongmen. It may be tempting to dismiss Russia as irrelevant in this domain, but that would be a mistake.” https://t.co/NLLF4fi1at
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Russia Is Teaching the World to Spy

Easy-to-use technology straight from Moscow for any aspiring strongman — at a low price.

On Dec 11, 2019
@AP shared
RT @APWestRegion: A Mexican man who assumed an American’s identity to vote in five federal elections was sentenced to 3 years and nine months in prison. The man says he supports President Donald Trump and donated to the Republican Party. https://t.co/QJOQUIxWYw
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Mexican man sentenced for voter fraud in federal elections

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A Mexican national who assumed an American's identity to vote in five federal elections was sentenced Tuesday to 3 years, 9 months in prison in a federal courtroom ...

On Dec 12, 2019
@voxdotcom shared
Artificial intelligence will help determine if you get your next job https://t.co/cRYMF1XL5k
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Artificial intelligence will help determine if you get your next job

AI is being used to attract applicants and to predict a candidate’s fit for a position. But is it up to the task?

On Dec 8, 2019
@CopernicusEU shared
RT @katka_nedbal: 🌐🛰 EU/ESA @CopernicusEU 🇪🇺 benefits to us! 🌱 https://t.co/9S4EaTT58g 🌡 https://t.co/Ral0lJF66k 😷 https://t.co/o82XsWznxO 🚨 https://t.co/ccJgogwr2P 🌊 https://t.co/6pdqPa5jQ6 🛡https://t.co/siNsNWt343 #EUSpace #vdLCommission 📽 https://t.co/CfaaZWCByl https://t.co/378rQm0k8u
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Security

The Copernicus service for Security applications aims to support European Union policies by providing information in response to Europe’s security challenges. It improves crisis prevention, ...

On Dec 4, 2019
@sciencemagazine shared
The science of cyber risk is inherently interdisciplinary and no single academic field on its own can adequately address related problems, argues a new #SciMagPolicyForum, which proposes a new multi-field model for addressing this risk. ($) https://t.co/4R6k62PH5c https://t.co/Lgom5W74Pj
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Cyber risk research impeded by disciplinary barriers

</br>![][1]</img> ILLUSTRATION: DAVIDE BONAZZI/SALZMANART Cyber risk encompasses a broad spectrum of risks to digital systems, such as data breaches or full-fledged cyber attacks on the ...

On Dec 3, 2019
@accessnow shared
As a consequence of school shootings, a new generation of US children are being impacted by a steep rise in #surveillance. https://t.co/rAMdEiqvdZ https://t.co/Y4se90SHTg
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Clear backpacks, monitored emails: life for US students under constant surveillance

School shootings have driven a booming school security industry. Parents and students are still grappling with this new surveillance and its impact on a generation of kids

On Dec 9, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @EFF: The biggest threat to our privacy online is third-party trackers' slow, steady, relentless accumulation of relatively mundane data points about how we live our lives. #BehindTheOneWayMirror https://t.co/b791M6pFRP
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Behind the One-Way Mirror: A Deep Dive Into the Technology of Corporate Surveillance

It's time to shed light on the technical methods and business practices behind third-party tracking. For journalists, policy makers, and concerned consumers, this paper will demystify the ...