Encryption backdoors by law? France says ‘non’ | ZDNet
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Encryption backdoors by law? France says ‘non’ | ZDNet


A proposed amendment to France’s Digital Republic Bill, suggesting mandatory hardware backdoors to bypass encryption, has been rejected by the government.

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Hooray! French users and business will be able to stay safe in their communication. Safe from hackers, no-morale competitors, foreign governments, etc.

A ban on encryption will not stop the "bad guys" from using such technology, just law abiding "good guys".

Let’s hope that the rest of the free world follows!

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