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    Whew! Senate Bill to Require Breaking Encryption looks Dead.

    May 28th, 2016 by

    When it comes to breaking encryption on smart phones, I’m squarely in the middle. While I understand the need, I’m very leery of granting *ANY* government agency blanket authority. I’m happy with the current process that the government has to go through.

    Anyway, looks like a proposed bill was floated in the U.S. Senate to allow judges to require vendors to break encryption. At this point it seems that it’s dead for this year.

    Senate proposal to require encryption workarounds may be dead

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