A pluralist and interdisciplinary approach to encryption regulation
My article on “A pluralist and interdisciplinary approach to encryption regulation” has been published in the New Zealand Law Journal. The following is an abstract:
The article proposes a pluralist and interdisciplinary approach to the development of encryption regulation. Such an approach requires going beyond prevailing legal centralist and instrumentalist mindsets. The article explains the benefits of adopting the concept of legal pluralism and applying an interdisciplinary method that examines not just the legal, but also the technical and social dimensions of encryption. It discusses how the recognition of technical and social principles and values concerning encryption can result in better-grounded encryption laws and policies.
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