[embedded content] FBI Director James Comey says Apple and Google's new encryption technology may make it harder for investigators to do NBR.com, 1 day ago
Congress Warns FBI to Leave Peoples' Cell Phones Alone - Phone Scoop, 16 hours ago
There's almost no chance Congress will force companies to decrypt their phones - Digital Trends, 1 day ago
Printed from http://www.electronista.com 0 updated 03:50 pm EDT, Wed October 22, 2014 Comey seeking update to CALEA to give law enforcement a 'front door' into devices Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey isn't giving up his ...Electronista, 9 hours ago Crypto wars return to Congress The Hill, 1 day ago Apple grapple: Congress kills FBI's Cupertino crypto kybosh plan The Register, 1 day ago
FBI Director James Comey has been on a media tour lately, making an anti-encryption pitch to the public. Apple's new encryption standards, Comey has argued, are an unnecessary hurdle to law enforcement — and the FBI needs an easy way to bypass ...The Verge, 12 hours ago FBI's Comey Argues Against Encryption: Trust Us E-Commerce Times, 2 days ago FBI Director Ignites Encryption Debate Government Info Security, 5 days ago FBI head wants snooping laws changed to include encryption TG Daily, 6 days ago
Just because FBI director James Comey believes his agency has a right to see your phone's encrypted data doesn't mean he'll get his way. Members of Congress from both major parties, including House Representatives Darrell Issa and Zoe Lofgren as ...Engadget, 14 hours ago Weekly Wrapup: Encryption, Patent Office and Robots Roll Call Online, 5 days ago FBI director says cell phone data must be available for law enforcement Fierce Wireless, 5 days ago FBI Director Seeks Aid In Accessing Mobile Phone Data Multichannel Online, 6 days ago
Former FBI deputy director Mark Felt is "Deep Throat," the legendary source who leaked Watergate scandal secrets to the Washington Postand helped bring down President Richard Nixon, the newspaper has confirmed. Bob Woodward, one of two Postreporters ...Irish Times, 1 day ago
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports FBI Director James Comey took aim at Apple and Google over personal privacy and nationalNBCNews.com, 2 days ago Video: FBI vs. Apple & Google NBCNews.com, 2 days ago Apple, Google vs. FBI: A High-Tech Privacy Battle ABC News, 5 days ago FBI Thinks Apple and Google Have Gone too Far for Protecting User Privacy WCCF Tech, 5 days ago
FBI director demands access to private cell phone data To stop terrorists and other criminals, cell phones should have encryption backdoors to enable US government surveillance, argues FBI Director James Comey.
To stop terrorists and other criminals, cell phones should have encryption backdoors to enable US government surveillance, argues FBI Director James Comey. FBI director James Comey addresses the Intelligence and National Security Summit at the ...CNET.co.uk, 2 days ago FBI Chief Demands Access to Private Phone Data Softpedia, 5 days ago FBI wants more wiretap powers IAfrica.com, 6 days ago FBI renews call for wider wiretap powers Krugersdorp News.co.za, 6 days ago
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FBI Director James B. Comey on Thursday called for the law to be changed to require technology companies to provide investigators with a way to gain access to encrypted communications, warning that without reform, Americans would see cases in which ...Austin American Statesman, 6 days ago FBI chief wants tech firms to make devices wiretap-ready Washington Post, 6 days ago
The FBI director says encrypting personal emails and cell phone data could lead to criminals walking free. As tech companies try to outdo one another in the battle to address user privacy concerns, the FBI is warning that new encryption methods ...Global Advisors, 6 days ago FBI chief: Locked phones will let criminals go free The Hill, 6 days ago
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