European Union wants to regulate cryptography?

On both sides of Atlantic the debate around strong cryptography frequently resurfaces. Proponents of weakening cryptography or introduction of backdoors (or "golden keys") cite national security. Technologists and activists oppose such proposals, citing freedoms and cybersecurity. Regulating cryptography is of course a bad idea. It's true that cryptography can be…

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Technological soft influence on elections

Did you encounter a web, Facebook or Twitter advertisement seemingly tailored to your interests or related with your recent actions on the web? Chances are this was delivered to you via Real-Time Bidding channels. I am involved in technical research and analysis of Real-Time Bidding systems and their potential influence…

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