Unintentional Noncompliance and the Need for Section 702 Reform

OTI's recent study demonstrates that there have been numerous unintentional violations of Section 702 program rules.

How Fandom Is Helping Mold the Future

Science fiction often predicts—or inspires—the future.

You're Not Going to Like Where Congress Is Going with Net Neutrality

Josh Stager and Dipayan Ghosh wrote for Mashable about Congress's approach to repealing net neutrality.

How the Government Can Read Your Email

Robyn Greene wrote for Politico about the misconceptions being circulated about Section 702.

Seeing Something Different About Technology

Georgia Bullen was selected as a member of Mozilla's "Network50," a group of people who have positively contributed to internet health.

Ending The Endless Crypto Debate

Kevin Bankston wrote for Lawfare about what it really means to have the "adult" conversation on encryption.

Prototyping a Better Tomorrow

Kevin Bankston wrote for Future Tense about how we can use science fiction to envision a positive future.

Global Cyberattack Came From Shared Failure to Acknowledge Threat

Ross Schulman wrote for the New York Daily News about the collective failure that led to the global WCRY ransomware attack.

4 ways Congress can provide stronger privacy protections

Congress must grapple with Americans growing demands for more robust protections of their right to privacy.

Incidental Collection Is Extremely Troubling, Regardless of Legality

Robyn Greene wrote for Just Security on the reality of incidental collection.

Testimony Before the House Homeland Security Committee

OTI has long urged Congress to take a holistic approach to cybersecurity policy, rather than focusing solely on information sharing.

Weed Whacking the Economy

If Ajit Pai, the new head of the FCC, razes the rules he’s criticized in the past, the harm to the American economy will be substantial.