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The decree of 28 October 2016 authorising the creation of a centralised file of "secure electronic documents" (TES) has raised a certain number of questions and concerns. The main aim put forward by the French government is the fight against identity fraud. However, the text of the decree also authorises certain accesses to the database by officers of the national police, national Gendarmerie and intelligence. Many voices have been raised to highlight the risks that such a centralised file could represent with regard to individual freedom, and particularly the invasion of citizens' privacy. Here, Inria gives its objective analysis and its recommendations in order to ensure the protection of privacy.
On the occasion of Inria's 50th anniversary, Qwant and Inria have just signed a strategic research partnership agreement entitled "Smart Search and Privacy". This collaboration takes the form of a joint laboratory, for a duration of four years, focusing on the themes of information searches on the Web, security, programming languages, new data published on the Web, the processing of multimedia resources and the respect of privacy.
Launched in 2016, Inria and the CNIL have just awarded their "privacy protection" prize for the fist time, recognising scientific articles that focus on the protection of personal data and privacy. Michael Backes, Manuel Barbosa, Dario Fiore and Raphael M. Reischuk were rewarded for their article: “ADSNARK: Nearly Practical and Privacy-Preserving Proofs on Authenticated Data".
Internet and smartphones accompany our daily life and make many tasks easier for us. While some of the successes of new technologies are undeniable, there is a counterpart: we have become data producers, coveted by many companies or government agencies.
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Security and Privacy
On the occasion of the 12th edition of the international Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference, Pierre Laperdrix, Walter Rudametkin and Benoit Baudry received the award for their article "Beauty and the Beast: Diverting modern web browsers to build unique browser fingerprints ". The CNIL-Inria prize rewards research undertaken with a view to creating a trustworthy digital society.
The digital transformation opens up a wealth of new opportunities, but iit increasingly exposes our IT systems and personal data to attacks. The risks are also substantial for governments or operators of vital importance from both a human and an economic point of view. In this context, Inria has unveiled a new white book on the subject of cybersecurity, the goal being to review the major scientific issues and raise awareness of the importance of this subject.
Ludovic Mé is Deputy Scientific Director at Inria, responsible for Cybersecurity. In particular, he was one of the coordinators of the White Paper on Cybersecurity published in January 2019, to take stock of the major scientific and technological challenges and to raise awareness among all of us of the essential nature of the subject.
The third edition of the CNIL-INRIA "Privacy Protection" Prize starts on 16 May 2018. It will reward a scientific paper on privacy and personal data protection published in 2016-2017.