Implications of the Global Push to Ban End-to-End Encryption


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The majority of the world’s population currently live under governments that have already implemented, or are considering, bans on encryption. These encryption bans have significant implications for privacy and security as well as the global decline in democracy. Presenters will discuss current and impending policies that weaken encryption, and contrast them with the nascent privacy-preserving movement.

Pre-Requisites: Basic understanding of encryption and its role in data protection. Minimal background in global affairs and cybersecurity trends.


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Andrea Little Limbago

Vice President, Research and Methodology, Interos

Professor Lesley Seebeck

Professor, Australian National University, Cyber Institute

Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem Privacy Policy & Government

privacy government spying government regulations encryption strategy & trends data security


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