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.
Student Reflections: Haining Xu Boundary-Setting of Governmental Powers in China’s Cybersecurity Law: An Ongoing Process…Read More
Did the Russians really hack into the US Electrical Grid? Were they able to hack…Read More
By: Jonathan Frankle On February 14th, Arvind Narayanan visited IPRI from Princeton University, where he…Read More
Expanding the Research Exemptions Provided by the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act By: James…Read More
Increasing the trustworthiness of AI systems to ensure that they are both explainable and accountable.
Written by Natalie Lao Demystifying Machine Learning for Regulators On Wednesday, January 16, Professor Hal…Read More
In a post for the New York Times, Steve Lohr discussed the MIT AI Policy…Read More
MIT Students Address Ethical Issues in the Areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Machines…Read More
Helping to inform meaningful policy that ensures the safety of private information held on the Internet.
By Nathaniel Fruchter, Michael Specter, Ben Yuan Introduction On Saturday, March 17, 2018, The Guardian…Read More
Facial Recognition on the new iPhone? What does that mean for my privacy? Jonathan Frankle,…Read More
Research: “My Bank Already Gets this Data”: Exposure Minimisation and Company Relationships in Privacy Decision-MakingPublished on 2017-06-05
How do individuals make data privacy related decisions? It turns out people rely heavily on…Read More