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Police Want To Read Encrypted Messages, But They Already Have Significant Power To Access Our Data

This article is part of a series on how law enforcement is fighting crime across digital borders. You can read the rest here. The Australian government wants new powers to access encrypted communications, but do they need them? More »      
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The Australian government wants new powers to access encrypted communications, but do they need them? Police and intelligence agencies already have significant abilities to access data about our emails, phone calls and text messages...

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