Jan 122016
 
 January 12, 2016  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Patrick Howell O’Neill reports:

The French Parliament is considering a legislative provision that would ban strong encryption by requiring tech companies to configure their systems so that police and intelligence agencies could always access their data.

The amendment to the vast “Digital Republic” bill was introduced in the French National Assembly, parliament’s lower house, by eighteen politicians from the conservative Republican Party.

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