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 April 1, 2016  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Kate Cox reports:

While the debate about encryption (brought to the foreground by the recent fight between Apple and the FBI) continues to rage on, at least one U.S. senator has clearly had enough, and is ready to draw a line in the sand.

Speaking at the RightsCon conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, Sen. Ron Wyden (OR) called on those in attendance — mostly members of the tech community, and advocates for consumer, civil, and human rights — to support his efforts in Washington to protect encryption, security, and privacy for all Americans.

Read more on Consumerist.

A transcript of Senator Wyden’s speech can be found here.

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