Smartphone Encryption Restores Public Trust in Technology

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Media Outlet: New York Times

The choice by Apple and Google to incorporate privacy-as-default features into their products adds a populist element to privacy vs. state security debates. This move could help restore public trust in technology as a tool to improve our lives and collectively self-govern, at a time when trust in government is at an all-time low.

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Seeta Peña Gangadharan is a program fellow at New America's Open Technology Institute (OTI) and an assistant professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science.