Policymakers Sharpen Their Sights On Encryption
This article was posted on Monday, 12:39, UTC.
Former Assistant FBI Director Steve Pomerantz agreed with a Fox News show host’s determination that terrorism and technology had outpaced legislation. “Yes, particularly to clear up what the FBI director talks about, that we have the authority to do something, in this case, to listen to certain telephone calls, and to monitor certain emails,” he said. “But because of encryption, of what technology has done, we can’t do it. This administration has refused to push legislation that would fix that.” The host then suggests going after companies like Twitter and Facebook. Policymakers and innovators have had disagreements on how to treat…
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