With some calling for a polygraph dragnet for the leaker, it is worth recalling just how spectacularly bad such efforts have gone in the past. As the late psychologist David T. Lykken observed:

Today, some are calling for a polygraph dragnet to determine who leaked a draft decision. This is a bad idea because polygraphy 1) has no scientific basis, 2) is inherently biased against the truthful, and 3) is easily confounded using simple countermeasures.

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We wish Apple had listened to more voices before deciding to scan our phones. We’ve brought some groups together that need to be heard. Join us on Oct. 12: eff.org/event/perspectives-enc

We're winning.

Apple has announced delays to its intended phone scanning tools while it conducts more research. But the company must go further, and drop its plans to put a backdoor into its encryption entirely. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/09/dela

We've got 24,000 signatures to give Apple, asking them not to implement their new phone scanning plan. Help us get to 25,000 by sharing with your friends: act.eff.org/action/tell-apple-

Apple is going to install a scanning system on its phones that reduces user privacy and security. That’s not something we should stay quiet about. act.eff.org/action/tell-apple-

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