A guide to the debate over cryptography policy and the implications for individual privacy telecommunication has never been perfectly secure as a cold war culture of wiretaps and international spying taught us yet many of us still take our privacy for granted even as we become more reliant than ever on telephones computer networks and electronic transactions of all kinds. In privacy on the line whitfield diffie and susan landau strip away the hype surrounding the policy debate over privacy to examine the national security law enforcement commercial and civil liberties issues they discuss the social function of privacy how it underlies a democratic society and what happens when it is lost. Privacy on the line the politics of wiretapping and encryption updated and expanded edition mit press whitfield diffie isbn 9780262514002 kostenloser . The next two chapters cryptography and cryptography and public policy explain basic cryptography concepts such as what encryption is and how it works the basic types of encryption schemes key management schemes and digital signature schemes and so on network capacity is expanding every day this may create new opportunities . Susan landau is bridge professor in the fletcher school of law and diplomacy and the school of engineering department of computer science at tufts university
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