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Last week, following the awful terror events in Paris, UK Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech promising a “comprehensive piece of legislation” to close the “safe spaces” used by terrorist organisations on the Internet.

The new legislation would give security services powers to view communications and their content, and although he did acknowledge that this was intrusive, he believes it is justified in a “modern liberal democracy”.

Questions and challenges quickly arose from press and industry sources framing the argument as a ban on encryption services such as Snapchat – a smart phone app that allows users to send photo messages …read more

Source: Assent Tech