Balancing Privacy and Data Access in the Fight Against Cybercrime

U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, left, speaks at a press conference to introduce the Cybercrime Prevention Act in Washington, June 17, 2021 (SIPA photo by Michael Brochstein via AP).
U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, left, speaks at a press conference to introduce the Cybercrime Prevention Act in Washington, June 17, 2021 (SIPA photo by Michael Brochstein via AP).

Glistening blue water, a stunning coastline, the smell of the sea, all nearby a bustling European city: The exquisite seaport of Trieste in northeastern Italy was supposed to be the idyllic in-person venue for this year’s European Dialogue on Internet Governance, or EuroDIG 2021. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, the majority of sessions took place online. But one group—the Dynamic Coalition on Data and Trust, of which I have the good fortune to be a coordinator—met in person to discuss issues around the Domain Name System, or DNS, and practical responses to DNS abuse and cybercrime.  Geographically speaking, Trieste sits […]

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