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HEADLINES

How to Break the Deadlock Over Data Encryption
 
LUCY NICHOLSON/REUTERS  

LUCY NICHOLSON/REUTERS

 

The Apple-FBI clash over the San Bernardino iPhone may be over, but the larger debate about the use of encryption is not. In a Washington Post op-ed, Digital and Cyberspace Policy program Director Adam Segal and Assistant Director Alex Grigsby lay out both sides of the debate and suggest three solutions to break the logjam. Read more »

 
Encryption Explained
 
COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS  

COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

 

The debate over encryption has uncharacteristically dominated the headlines over the past few weeks. But what is encryption and what does it do? The Digital and Cyberspace Policy program put together an infographic that explains encryption, law enforcement concerns, and the implications of requiring tech firms to maintain a capability to decrypt data. Read more »

 

Cyber Briefs

Hungry for more “cyber”? CFR’s Digital and Cyberspace Policy program publishes short, three-page memos on topical cyber issues every two months. Cyber Briefs can be found here.

 

THE BEST OF NET POLITICS

Journey to the East: Why Facebook Won’t Make It in China
 

Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg has been heavily courting Chinese officials in the hopes that China will eventually lift its ban on the world’s largest social network. Guest contributor Lincoln Davidson argues that even if the ban is lifted, the Chinese do not want what Facebook has to offer.  Read more »

 
Send in the Malware: U.S. Cyber Command Attacks the Islamic State
 

For the first time, the U.S. military has acknowledged launching cyberattacks during an armed conflict. Adjunct Senior Fellow for Cybersecurity David P. Fidler examines the implications of Cyber Command’s efforts against the Islamic State.  Read more »

 
Do India and Brazil Really Moderate China and Russia’s Approach to Cyberspace Policy?
 

India and Brazil see themselves as power brokers in international cyber diplomacy; both countries think they can forge consensus among the United States, Russia, and China on the issue of cyber norms. Is it working? Alex Grigsby investigates.  Read more »

 

LONG-FORM STORIES FROM AROUND THE WEB

 

Inside the Cunning, Unprecedented Hack of Ukraine’s Power Grid,” by Kim Zetter, Wired

How a Simple SIM Card Makes Farmers More Efficient—and Possibly Saves Lives,” by Julianne Tveten, Ars Technica

The Folly of ‘Naming and Shaming’ Iran” by Dave Aitel, Lawfare

 

ABOUT THE DIGITAL & CYBERSPACE POLICY PROGRAM

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy program addresses one of the twenty-first century’s most pressing challenges: keeping the global Internet open and secure in the face of unprecedented threats. Through briefings, reports, and the Net Politics blog, the program’s fellows produce timely analysis on the most important issues in cyberspace. Cyber Briefs are short memos that offer concrete recommendations on cybersecurity, Internet governance, online privacy, and the trade of digital goods and services.

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