Everything Radiates: Does the Fourth Amendment Regulate Side-Channel Cryptanalysis
- Riana Pfefferkorn
"Encryption shields private information from malicious eavesdroppers. After years of slow adoption, encryption is finally becoming widespread in consumer-oriented electronic devices and communications services. Consumer-oriented encryption software is now more user-friendly, and much of it turns on encryption by default. These advances enhance privacy and security for millions of people."
Certain Certiorari: The Digital Privacy Rights of Probationers