House of Lords IP Bill debate indicates government still wants backdoors in encrypted communications

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New home secretary Amber Rudd will decide who the security services can eaves-drop on under the IP Bill
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New home secretary Amber Rudd will decide who the security services can eaves-drop on under the IP Bill

Government seemingly determined to push through encryption back doors

The government remains keen to use the Investigatory Powers Bill to compel communication service providers to crack or remove end-to-end encryption on communications. The admission was made in the...

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