A potential battle within the EU to end-to-end encryption

08/10/2020 | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Lobbying attempts are shifting away from the U.S. to the European Union, where advocates for anti-encryption laws hope to gain traction. Leaked EU documents show a potential roadmap, with the apparent intention of presenting anti-encryption law to the European Parliament within the next year. Read the leaked report shown to Politico.  

Update: Five Eyes nations, Japan and India are also calling for an end to encryption.

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