Monthly Archives: November 2016

Smartphone Encryption and Public Safety (Version 2.0)

This paper is intended to update readers on developments since this Office issued the Report. As will be seen below, the risks posed by default device encryption have been illustrated again and again since the Report was issued, and while there have been vigorous efforts by law enforcement officials to address those risks and dangers, there has been precious little progress.

Exclusive: Inside America’s Newest Digital Crime Lab

‘If you’re in a major metropolitan area with the trend of technology interfacing with crime, it’s this kind of dedication and resources that’s enabling us…|

Exclusive: Inside America’s Newest Digital Crime Lab

“‘If you’re in a major metropolitan area with the trend of technology interfacing with crime, it’s this kind of dedication and resources that’s enabling us to do what the public expects us to do,’ Vance says of the lab, which cost $10 million to construct (about $4 million from the city council and the rest from the proceeds of major settlement…

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