Home secretary Amber Rudd takes campaign against end-to-end encryption to Silicon Valley

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Amber Rudd wants technology companies to bring an end to end-to-end encryption
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Amber Rudd wants technology companies to bring an end to end-to-end encryption

Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and especially WhatsApp all in Rudd's anti-encryption firing line

Home secretary Amber Rudd has claimed that "real people" don't need end-to-end encryption and that such security only benefits terrorists. Rudd is on a summer tour of Silicon Valley to complain ...

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