ORG and 57 other experts challenge government anti-encryption plans

08/02/2022 | Open Rights Group

The Open Rights Group, along with 57 other cybersecurity leaders and human rights activists, have signed an open letter to the government denouncing the scaremongering tactics being used to convince the public encryption needs to be weakened. The group challenges the government, saying, "undermining encryption would make our private communications unsafe, allowing hostile strangers and governments to intercept conversations. Undermining encryption would put at risk the safety of those who need it most."

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