Encryption and surveillance: The unstoppable force and the immovable object of the internet age

The US government has decided not – at least for now – to seek new laws to force tech companies to decode their customers’ encrypted communications.

Over the last year there has been a gradually intensifying debate about what to do about the growth of end-to-end encrypted communications: because of the way these systems are designed, these messages are all-but-impossible to spy on.[1]


[1] By Steve Ranger for ZDNet

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