""Does that mean that you don't actually need the law at all?" Asks Riana Pfefferkorn, an encryption policy expert at Stanford University and one of the active non-Australian participants in the various rounds of consultation. "Does it mean that the information you want can be obtained elsewhere?" She asks, "or do the numbers only tell part of the story?"" Read more about Missing Link: How states use law to override encryption on the Internet
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