How do we fix IoT security without blocking interoperability and creating monopolies?

How will we repair IoT safety with out blocking interoperability and creating monopolies?

Jonathan Zittrain (previously) writes, “There’s reason to worry about security for the ever-growing Internet of Things, and it’ll be tempting to encourage vendors to solely control their devices that much more, limiting interoperability or user tinkering. There are alternatives – models for maintaining firmware patches for orphaned devices, and a ‘Faraday mode’ so that […]

My science fiction story about EFF's proposed jailbreaking exemption

My science fiction story about EFF's proposed jailbreaking exemption

Every three years, the US Copyright Office lets the general public beg for restricted exemptions to Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which bans bypassing DRM, even in your personal property, even for strictly authorized causes. This 12 months, the Electronic Frontier Foundation proposed three exemptions, and tapped three science […]

Innovation should be legal; that's why I'm launching NeTV2

Innovation must be authorized; that's why I'm launching NeTV2

I’d wish to share a challenge I’m engaged on that might have an effect on your future freedoms within the digital age. It’s an open video development board I call NeTV2. It’s associated to a lawsuit I’ve filed with the assistance of the EFF in opposition to the US authorities to reform […]

FanFlick Editor: an entry in EFF's Catalog of Missing Devices

FanFlick Editor: an entry in EFF's Catalog of Missing Devices

Wonderful EFF supporters carry on arising with nice new entries for EFF’s Catalog of Missing Devices, which lists fictional gadgets that ought to exist, however do not, as a result of to attain their authorized, authentic targets, the producer must break some Digital Rights Management and threat retaliation beneath Section 1201 of the Digital […]