Criptografia, Governança da Internet

Quick chat about Cryptography, Human Rights and The Moral Character of the Cryptographic Work

Another text from our series of external guests, this time written by the Research Group on Law and Technology at the Federal University of Pernambuco, with the collaboration of the researchers André Lucas Fernandes, André Ramiro, Paula Côrte Real and Raquel Saraiva. The problem of unrestricted security in electronic communications has been taking place in public debate, precisely…

IRIS Researchers at the I International Congress about Fundamental Rights and Criminal Procedures in the Digital Age

On May 29th, 30th and 31st, the I International Congress on Fundamental Rights and Criminal Procedure in the Digital Age took place at the University of São Paulo Law School (FDUSP), as a result of a partnership between USP and InternetLab. The Congress was attended by authorities who contributed and still contribute to the development…

Surveillance on the Internet

Bruna Batista and Luís Israel On the 19th of this month, four years have passed since the Ecuadorian embassy in London granted political asylum to Julian Assange, Australian cyberactivist and editor-in-chief of Wikileaks. The hunt for Assange began in 2010 with the leak of confidential documents from the US government through the wiki. Julian contributed…