May 292015
 May 29, 2015  Breaches, Featured News, Surveillance

Sara Peters reports:

Encryption is essential to protecting a variety of human rights, and nation-states should avoid all measures to weaken it, according to a report released today by the United Nations Human Rights Council.

The document, written by UN Special Rapporteur David Kaye, was based upon questionnaire responses submitted by 16 States, opinions submitted by 30 non-government stakeholders, and statements made at a meeting of experts in Geneva in March.

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