Apple, Google, Microsoft attack government hacking plans | ZDNet
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Apple, Google, Microsoft attack government hacking plans | ZDNet


Tech industry hits back at plans to create legal framework for hacking by spies, military and police.

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A backdoor for one agency means a backdoor for any agency, country or cyber criminal. It also means that communication will become point-2-point encrypted and secure with backend offered by more insightful states that care about privacy, like the Netherlands for instance. We will see a huge shift in competitive power from US and to safe havens. Of course US tech CEOs are worried.

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