Posts by Peter Swire


New Report Shows Cybersecurity Risks from FBI “Going Dark” Proposal

Today’s New York Times discusses a major new report by 20 technologists about the cybersecurity risks that would result an FBI plan to expand wiretapping capabilities on the Internet.  The administration is reportedly close to sending the FBI proposal to Capitol Hill, to amend the Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act of 1994. FPF Senior […]


Peter Swire's Op-Ed on Do Not Track

FPF Senior Fellow and the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Professor Peter Swire wrote an Op-Ed today for Wired on “How To Prevent the ‘Do Not Track’ Arms Race.” The article highlights the challenges of implementation and the need for a multistakeholder negotiated Do Not Track standard.  


Nov. 13, 2012 Privacy Chat via Twitter #PrivChat

This weeks event features FPF Senior Fellow, Peter Swire. Peter is Faculty Advisor for 2012-2013 Symposium “The Second Wave of Global Privacy Protection” to be held on November 16, 2012. Topics to be discussed can be submitted in advance of the chat, either on Twitter using the #PrivChat OR via the Privacy Camp Blog. For more information and how to […]