Children’s Privacy: Joint letter from 390 scientists and researchers opposes EU’s Child Sexual Abuse reg

Three hundred and ninety scientists and researchers from thirty-four countries published an open letter outlining their reasons for opposing the EU’s proposed Child Sexual Abuse regulation. Key among their concerns was that the law would rely on results from potentially flawed encryption scanning technologies that have not been thoroughly tested for such use and that could easily violate children’s privacy via data that was encrypted and decrypted.