The Internet Policy Research Initiative (IPRI) collaborates with policymakers and technologists to improve the trustworthiness and effectiveness of interconnected digital systems like the Internet. Our work provides global policymakers with technically grounded guidance for policies regarding cybersecurity, Internet privacy, and more. We accomplish our mission by relying on: core engineering and public policy research, education, and outreach.
Tackling key issues, such as the encryption debate, critical infrastructure, cryptography, and IoT security.
Written by Wajeeha Ahmad. Botnets, networks of malware-infected machines controlled by an attacker called the…Read More
Back in 2012, when both Cameron Kerry and Daniel Weitzner were framing the 2012 White…Read More
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a growing number of medical devices…Read More
Increasing the trustworthiness of AI systems to ensure that they are both explainable and accountable.
In a recent New York Times article, Steve Lohr discusses U.S. and global policy regarding…Read More
Written by Grace Abuhamad. The AI Policy Congress benefitted from a unique international perspective as…Read More
Written by Grace Abuhamad. The Current State of Autonomous Vehicles “Level 5 autonomy or flying…Read More
Helping to inform meaningful policy that ensures the safety of private information held on the Internet.
IPRI Researchers Present At USENIX Conference Internet Policy Research Initiative student Jonathan Frankle, along with…Read More
Airport Facial Recognition Devices – what’s going on with the data? Did you know Airlines…Read More
Facial Recognition technology is continuing to improve, yet even with all the improvements there are…Read More
Could facial recognition technology prevent school shootings? With more high profile public school shootings the…Read More
Investigating network architectures, systems, and protocols from a policy perspective.
Instead of charging their users directly, popular social media sites – such as Facebook, Twitter,…Read More