The United States has called for the creation of backdoors in apps that use encryption, arguing that consumers should accept this risk to allow law enforcement access to encrypted communications.
A coalition of 47 organisations and individuals have written to the British spy agency, Government Communications Headquarters, raising objections to a proposal to insert a privileged user in an encrypted conversation, so that a government could spy on such interactions without actually breaking encryption.
Great company Nokia. And I don't recall Finland or Sweden ever being accused of cyber-attacks on Australian networks or databases.
did this ever get sorted?
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