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 October 31, 2015  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Phil Muncaster writes:

It’s widely expected that next week the government will unveil details of its hugely controversial Snooper’s Charter, aka the Investigatory Powers Bill. To preempt this and in a bid to influence the debate cyber security firm F-Secure and 40 other tech signatories presented an open letter opposing the act.

The bill most controversially is expected to force service providers to allow the authorities to decrypt secret messages if requested to do so in extremis. This is most likely going to come in the form some kind of order effectively banning end-to-end encryption.

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