The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA
The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA
Australia

Australia has become the first western country to pass a bill forcing tech companies to hand over your encrypted data

  • Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Google and others say the move will create a back door to users’ data and inevitably undermine security for everyone

Topic |   Australia
The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA
The law allows Australian security services to access encrypted messages sent on services such as Telegram and WhatsApp. Photo: EPA
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