Australia wants to force tech companies to crack encrypted messages


The Australian government is preparing to introduce legislation that would attempt to force tech companies to crack encrypted messages sent by suspected terrorists, traffickers and child sex offenders. Proposed at a press conference Friday by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, a man who made his millions through his ownership of what was once Australia’s largest internet service provider, the legislation would mean companies such as Facebook Inc.

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