The Big Encryption Debate: Privacy & Security in the Digital Age
By Justin Sherman
In this workshop, join Kim Kotlar, former intelligence and national security official, and Justin Sherman, Duke senior and co-founder of Ethical Tech, to discuss the “big encryption debate” waged in the United States and other democracies. What is encryption, and why does it matter? How does it protect privacy and security? How do criminals and terrorists hide behind encryption? Should law enforcement have encryption backdoors? How do we balance civil liberties and national security around these digital issues? No prior knowledge required—come prepared for interesting discussion and debate!
This class is part of our Digital Citizenship TrackSee the whole track
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How to Fake a Tweet, or How to Spot BS Online
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