If we want strong encryption, we’ll have to fight for it
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If we want strong encryption, we’ll have to fight for it

As digital rights lawyer and special counsel to the Electronic Frontier Foundation Marcia Hofmann correctly noted in her keynote at Hack in …

Source: www.net-security.org

There is no such thing as a key that only law enforcement can use—any universal key creates a new backdoor that becomes a target for criminals, industrial spies, or foreign adversaries, and can be stolen.

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If we want strong encryption, we’ll have to fight for it