“The Future of Libraries” On Thursday’s Access Utah | UPR Utah Public Radio, 12 February 2016

John Palfrey, founding president of the Digital Public Library of America and a director of Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, recently told the Deseret News that he has “been struck by the number of times people tell [him] that they think libraries are less important than they were before, now that we have the Internet and Google.

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White House Executive Order on Privacy Falls Short, 9 February 2016

Intelligence officials including FBI Director James Comey have conjured claims that encryption threatens national security, and that private companies should allow government agencies backdoor access to encrypted communications and data. A study released last week by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, however, reveals that the FBI has been crying wolf.

Source: White House Executive Order on Privacy Falls Short

Tech firms like Apple and Google are right about encryption – The Denver Post, 8 February 2016

Before they continue their campaign to strongarm tech firms into abandoning secure systems that customers clearly desire, or installing a so-called “back door” available to government agents, they should read a new report from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University on the encryption debate.

Source: Tech firms like Apple and Google are right about encryption – The Denver Post