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US: lawmakers should try to understand encryption before fixing it

Liam Tung | July 1, 2016
The team would consist of experts in areas such as cryptology, commerce and economics to learn more about encryption before regulating it.

Pointing to a recent Harvard University study, it notes that if US firms are restricted from implementing strong encryption, bad actors could still obtain alternative tools from non-US makers, while US and non-US consumers might turn to technology from firms beyond the reach of US legislation.

Source: CSO Australia


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