British Prime Minister David Cameron believes that strong cryptography is a major barrier to peace, order, and justice, as reports Politics.co.uk.
Lawful citizens, really, have no need of strong (read: backdoor-free) cryptography, goes the logic behind his position. He believes that the government should be guaranteed a way into any device being communicated with and insists that this does not inherently break the very purpose of cryptography.
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In an exchange with British representative Henry Bellingham, Cameron said:
Britain is not a state [...]