Unstoppable Domains’ new chat protocol enables users to store data on their own servers through crypto wallets and P2P network integration.
Bitcoin isn’t property under new Russian ruling while authorities in the U.S. and the EU challenge encrypted networks in this week’s Law Decoded.
Authorities across Europe take down an organized crime syndicate that used an encrypted chat network to coordinate their illicit activities.
According to local reports, the blockchain-based system allowed constituents to decipher their own private votes or let third-parties do so.
Here are a few points about why “cyberspace,” or a computer-mediated network, is more hospitable than physical locations for the kind of “crypto-anarchy” libertarian system I’ve been describing. Several folks have commented recently about ocean-going libertarian havens, supertankers used as data havens, and so forth. In the 1970s, especially, there were several unsuccessful attempts to […]
US lawmakers have introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act to ensure law enforcement can access encrypted information. This bill is “a full-frontal nuclear assault on encryption in the United States,” one expert says. It requires manufacturers of encrypted devices and operating systems to have the ability to decrypt data upon request, creating a […]
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Telegram’s digital resistance in Russia will contribute to further anti-censorship efforts in countries like China and Iran, Pavel Durov says.
The video conference app will launch its end-to-end encryption in July 2020 in a beta stage for both free and paid users.
Zoom decides to provide limited encryption despite numerous security issues, while blockchain developers move ahead with privacy-focused solutions.
While Russia is facing disagreement over the legal status of Telegram and crypto, both continue operating in the country.