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

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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 ...

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