UK reportedly set to enforce anti-encryption proposals in wake of Manchester attack


British politicians will reportedly seek to rush through anti-encryption powers in the wake of the Manchester terror attack, forcing technology firms in the UK to break their own security in order to comply with compel notices issued by police and intelligence services. Ministers will ask Parliament to sweep in new orders – dubbed Technical Capability Notices (TCNs) – as soon as the election is over, according to The Sun newspaper.

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