What The U.K. Surveillance Powers Review Says On Encryption And Hacking

lock A U.K. review of state surveillance capabilities takes the view that more widespread use of strong encryption within the technology industry ultimately sanctions government agencies conducting mass surveillance — and even hacking activities — as “ingenious or intrusive” workarounds to get at information that’s otherwise locked out of reach. Read More

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