A group of 17 companies and organisations has signed an open letter asking the Australian Government not to promulgate a law forcing technology companies to decrypt secure communications for the purposes of law enforcement.
Australian-listed Internet of Things technology company Xped has secured a US$500,000 IoT deal to develop a new physical security token with UK company Heuresy Labs.
The FBI has grossly exaggerated, on more than one occasion, the number of digital devices it cannot access due to encryption, claiming a figure of 7800 when the actual figure was between 1000 and 2000.
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