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Australia passes world’s first law authorizing encryption backdoors

When I read Australia passes world’s first law authorizing encryption backdoors I just had to think about this a minute. If we start allowing back doors, did Austrailia think about whether or not this would have an impact on people who would use this type of loophole within the law to do damage? I’m not trying to bash the idea that law enforcement need some way to lawfully get at data that would help cases. I think this could work if the law only allows police to do this to discover what they need in their specific cases, and there is no other way to do this. Apple makes it clear that they comply to court orders where it is lawful to do so, but they don’t respond to every single request as they would like proof of an investigation going on and the reasoning to why they should comply. I’m not sure what Google or the Android community does, but this is something we need to figure out. What are your thoughts? Please let me know.


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Australia passes world’s first law authorizing encryption backdoors was released on December 9, 2018 at 12:45 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: December 9, 2018.


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