Best Infosec Long-Reads of the Week, 7/9/22
End-to-end encryption is even more important now that we're living in a post-Roe world, Sara Jacobs is fighting to protect reproductive data, Finland's model of cybersecurity is a winner, more
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Lily Hay Newman explains in this Wired piece how encryption proponents believe that end-to-end encrypted services are now more critical in the post-Roe world than ever. As Riana Pfefferkorn, a research scholar at the Stanford Internet Observatory, sums it up, “You really can’t be pro-choice and anti-encryption at this point,”
Nancy Scola in The Information has the run-down on Democratic California Congresswoman Sara Jacobs, the granddaughter of a Qualcomm co-founder, and her fight for the protection of reproductive healthcare in the post-Roe era. The 33-year-old is likely the first member of Congress to mention her men…
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