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Australian Encryption Debate – Closer to Home Than You Might Think

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Jul 27, 2018 9:23 AM - 1 mon, 3 week, 6 day, 23 hour, 41 min ago

Excerpt: Australian Encryption Debate – Closer to Home Than You Might Think July 27, 2018 Written by CDT summer intern Michael Jardine.  Last week, a global alliance of 76 organizations, companies, and individuals urged Australian officials to refrain from requiring technology companies to weaken the security of their products and services by building in backdoors to facilitate law enforcement access. The Center for Democracy & Technology signed onto the letter in response to the Turnbull administration’s announcements about its intentions to legislate on the issue ... Read More

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