Any measure that permits a government to lay down specifications for the design of Internet systems would cause significant risk to the security, stability and trust of such systems, the Mozilla Foundation has said in a submission about Australia's proposed encryption bill.
The lack of judicial oversight in the Federal Government's draft encryption bill, of those issuing notices for companies to comply with changes that decrypt data, will ensure that abuse of power is the order of the day, the Australian Lawyers Alliance says.
Global networking giant Cisco has expressed grave reservations about several aspects of the Federal Government's proposed encryption bill, with the creation of backdoors one of its major concerns.
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