The passage of Australia’s anti-encryption laws devastated Australia’s security community. Now, they are rallying to amend the law.
While a lot of outrage over Australia’s anti-encryption laws have been confined to the borders, security worries are now extending beyond the country’s borders.
The creators of encrypted messaging app Signal says it will refuse to comply with Australia’s anti-encryption laws.
Things have gotten even more heated in the war on encryption. Australia’s spy chief came out swinging, blasting anti-encryption critics as motivated by “self-interest”.
In yet another anti-technological move, Australia has now passed its anti-encryption bill in spite of widespread protests.
Debate over the encryption legislation in Australia is heating up. Companies are now saying they are prepared to leave the country because of it.
Spy agencies from Canada, the US, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand are demanding services include backdoors to their encryption.
The Australian government wants to create a system for law enforcement to access encrypted information.
Today, we announce the implementation of HTTPS encryption on Freezenet!
In the wake of the terrorist attack in the UK, government officials are demanding that encrypted services contain backdoors.