ORG calls on MPs to reject powers to veto security updates

19/02/2024 | Open Rights Group

Open Rights Group has called on Members of Parliament to reject the Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill that would allow the UK to veto security updates that ensure safe and secure online interactions. Privacy organisations and technology companies have criticised the move, citing the threat it could pose to people's security and privacy. Abigail Burke, Platform Power Programme Manager at Open Rights Group, has urged the government to listen to tech companies and privacy experts and stop this threat to privacy and security.

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