In what is the latest attempt by a politician to argue against the use of encrypted apps by the general public, UK home secretary Amber Rudd has penned an article in which she says that "real people" do not need end-to-end encryption.
Britain has passed a sweeping set of surveillance laws that have been in the pipeline since 2012, introduced by the current Prime Minister Theresa May when she held the home portfolio.
Great company Nokia. And I don't recall Finland or Sweden ever being accused of cyber-attacks on Australian networks or databases.
did this ever get sorted?
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