UK government issues EE2E encryption and child safety guidance

22/09/2023 | UK Government

The UK Home Office has published new end-to-end encryption (E2EE) and child safety guidance as it relates to the Online Safety Bill (OSB). The guidance includes information on risks to child safety posed by E2EE, current detection and reporting methods, and the powers under the OSB to "require a company use accredited technology, or make best efforts to develop technology, to tackle child sexual abuse on any part of its service including public and private channels."

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