Government hacking tactics questioned at OURSA

Government hacking and surveillance received heavy criticism at the OURSA Conference by ACLU lawyer Jennifer Granick, who questioned how the public could trust the government’s hacking techniques.

Granick cited government actions in countries such as Egypt and Ethiopia over the last few years against human rights activists. These governments were performing surveillance on activists and using that information to hack them.

Source: Government hacking tactics questioned at OURSA

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