'Weakening security to advance security doesn't make sense' - Tech industry body warns on encryption backdoors

Danny Palmer
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ITI CEO Dean Garfield argues that creating backdoors would help criminals

A leading technology group which represents Apple, Google, Microsoft and other big players in the industry has spoken out against calls to weaken encryption in the name of national security. The...

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