DARPA to pursue ‘revolutionary’ privacy tools

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is opening up a program this week to fund research into solving a basic disconnect in the marketplace: the failure so far of efforts to create a system to allow individuals, enterprises and government agencies to keep personal and/or proprietary information private.

In a program named the Brandeis project, after the former U.S. Supreme Court justice and champion of privacy rights Louis Brandeis, DARPA said it aims to develop technologies with “revolutionary” impact that could help bridge privacy gaps that currently hamper collaboration and technology development.

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