American cryptography fellow Riana Pfefferkorn has questioned what end the Federal Government's encryption bill is trying to achieve, asking whether the ends of keeping crime under control could not be achieved by other means.
One of the curious aspects surrounding the Federal Government's encryption bill is why it took Australian firm Senetas — which has technology exports of at least a billion — so long to voice its objections to the draft legislation.
A survey of 4039 Australians has found that nearly 85% of them are deeply worried by the Federal Government's proposed encryption bill, which was introduced in Parliament by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on 20 September.
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