Technology

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in Brazil: 2021 Update

    • Priscilla Silva, Ana Lara Mangeth, Christian Perrone
    • March 31, 2021

    The encryption debate in Brazil, much as in Latin America and the Caribbean and across most of the globe, continues to be framed as a tension between, on the one hand, data and communications security and, on the other hand, accessibility for law enforcement and national security purposes.

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in Australia: 2021 Update

    • Stilgherrian
    • March 31, 2021

    The key issues around Australia’s encryption laws are oversight and the scope of the laws. Opposition parties and the INSLM want more oversight and a narrower scope. Intelligence agencies are happy with what they have, but they wouldn’t object to having less oversight.

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in India: 2021 Update

    • Trisha Ray
    • March 31, 2021

    The direction of encryption policy in India remains nebulous, balancing imperatives of the privacy of the individual, the security of digital infrastructure, and government access to personal data, a balance that has only become harder to strike following the unprecedented surge in digitization of government, business, and daily life during the pandemic.

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in Germany: 2021 Update

    • Sven Herpig, Julia Schuetze
    • March 31, 2021

    Germany’s government has supported widespread, strong, and unregulated encryption. Instead of focusing on regulating encryption itself, Germany has worked to enable its security agencies to conduct targeted remote hacking operations.

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in the European Union: 2021 Update

    • Maria Koomen
    • March 31, 2021

    The encryption debate in the European Union (EU) continues to evolve, with new drivers, stronger tools, and increasingly higher stakes. The debate among policymakers and experts is maturing, but there is a widening knowledge gap between political elites and the public around encryption.

    • Commentary

    The Encryption Debate in China: 2021 Update

    • Lorand Laskai, Adam Segal
    • March 31, 2021

    Chinese encryption policy is shaped by two competing interests—political control and commercial development.

    • Research

    Community Perspectives on Diversity in the Countering Influence Operations Field

    Increasing diversity in the field of countering influence operations is essential to the field’s future. Members of the counter–influence operations community discuss the barriers to greater diversity and recommendations for making progress.

    • Commentary

    The Global Cyber Threat

    Without dedicated action, the global financial system will only become more vulnerable as innovation, competition, and the pandemic further fuel the digital revolution.

    • Commentary

    Untold Risks: India Needs Full-Time Body to Tackle Biological Threats

    The spread of infectious diseases is a long-term, continually evolving threat, and India needs a full-time governmental body to prevent and mitigate impending biological disasters.

    • Research

    Trump-Era Policies Toward Chinese STEM Talent: A Need for Better Balance

    Immigration is critical to U.S. science success. But policies instituted under Donald Trump threaten STEM talent flows from China. The Biden administration should quickly revisit these changes.

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