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In the ‘90s the Internet was created.
This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.
(with apologies to Douglas Adams) Read more about The EARN IT Act: How to Ban End-to-End Encryption Without Actually Banning It
On Tuesday, December 10, the Senate Judiciary Committee (SJC) held a hearing on the encryption debate, the first such hearing in years. Read more about Thoughts on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Hearing on Encryption