Senators turn up encryption heat on Apple, Facebook
11 Dec 2019 — #GroupThink
The long-running fight over encryption looked set to enter a hot new phase Tuesday as representatives of Apple and Facebook took a grilling from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, while Facebook sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr saying it won't accede to government pressure to add "back doors" to its products.
U.S. senators threaten Facebook, Apple with encryption regulation https://t.co/JhYfD36zfA— MSY ASSOCIATES (@msyassociates) December 11, 2019
Hillicon Valley: Apple, Facebook defend encryption during Senate grilling | Tech legal shield makes it into trade deal | Impeachment controversy over phone records heats up | TikTok chief cancels Capitol Hill meetings https://t.co/pZUBguYhp4— New_Media_News (@JeanPaul0851) December 11, 2019
US senators on encryption back doors: “We will impose our will” on Apple and Facebook - MIT Technology Review https://t.co/ANAP6W4SFf— R F Jenkins RE (@RF_Jenkins) December 11, 2019