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Apple urges Australian government not to weaken encryption with backdoors

[2018-10-12 20:01:50]

Apple has submitted its formal response to a draft bill undergoing debate by the Australian government, with the iPhone maker calling for "increasingly stronger - not weaker - encryption" as a way to protect against the growing number of online threats.

Apple urges Australian government not to weaken encryption with backdoors


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