Balancing Trust and Safety on End-to-End Encrypted Platforms

Workshop

Date and Time

September 12, 2019 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Availability

By Invitation Only.

Location

Stanford, CA

This one day workshop will offered scene setters and allowed for discussion on technical, legal and policy considerations around end-to-end encryption.

Agenda

8:00-8:30Breakfast and Registration
8:30-9:00Introductions and Welcome Remarks
 Alex Stamos, Director, Stanford Internet Observatory
 Scene Setters: Equities, Proposals and Positions
9:00-9:30Industry
 Guy Rosen, Vice President of Integrity, Facebook
Jay Sullivan, Director of Messaging Privacy, Facebook
9:30-10:00Victim Safety Advocacy
 Travis Bright, Director of Product, Thorn
Brooke Istook, Director of Strategy and Operations, Thorn
Michelle DeLaune, Chief Operating Officer, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
10:00-10:15Break
10:15-11:00

Civil Liberties Advocacy 
Jennifer Granick, Surveillance and Cybersecurity Counsel, ACLU
Erica Portnoy, Staff Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Kurt Opsahl, General Counsel, Electronic Frontier Foundation

  
11:00-11:30Government
 Crispin Robinson, Technical Director for Cryptanalysis, GCHQ
Darrin Jones, Assistant Director, Information Technology Infrastructure Division, FBI
11:30-11:45Hong Kong Observations
 Maciej Cegłowski, New Yorker/Pinboard
11:45-12:15Break
12:15-1:30Working Lunch - Discussion on equities, red lines and goal setting
1:30-3:30Break-Out Tracks
 The break-outs are to be conducted under Chatham House Rules.

Legal and Policy Track (Annenberg Room)
Chair - Riana Pfefferkorn, Associate Director of Surveillance and Cybersecurity, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School

Technical Track (LHH Room 101)
Chair - Kate Starbird, Associate Professor, Human Centered Design and Engineering, University of Washington; Visiting Associate Professor, Cyber Policy Center, Stanford

3:30-3:45Break
3:45-4:30Summary presentations from track leads
4:30-5:00Discussion on next steps, potential collaborations, and moving forward

 

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