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Kinda sorta weakened version of EARN IT Act creeps closer
Critics say the amended bill that’s headed for a full Senate hearing still threatens encryption, albeit less blatantly.
FBI finally unlock shooter’s iPhones, berate Apple for not helping
The FBI’s Apple problem.
Signal: We’ll be eaten alive by EARN IT Act’s anti-encryption wolves
The Big Bad Wolves haven’t blown the house down but did come up with a way to “hold the three little pigs responsible for being delicious,” Signal said. This post…
EARN IT Act threatens end-to-end encryption
The bill, which would undercut Section 230 protections for online publishing, presents itself as a way to stop online child abuse. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog by…
Apple allegedly made nice with FBI by dropping iCloud encryption plan
Sources told Reuters that Apple may have been convinced by arguments made during the legal fight over cracking the San Bernardino iPhone. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog…
Apple says no to unlocking shooter’s phone; AG and Trump lash back
Attorney General Barr and President Trump are demanding Apple unlock the mass shooter’s iPhone. Apple replies: You can’t break just 1 phone. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog…
FBI asks Apple to help it unlock iPhones of naval base shooter
This could signal a renewed war between Apple and law enforcement over breaking encryption. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog by Sophos Author: Lisa Vaas
Five Eyes nations demand access to encrypted messaging
The alliance wants tech companies to build backdoor access to users’ encrypted data, by force if necessary. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog by Sophos Author: Lisa Vaas
Australians who won’t unlock their phones could face 10 years in jail
The Australian government wants to force companies to help it get at suspected criminals’ data. If they can’t, it would jail people for up to a decade if they refuse…