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Over the past few days, several scam messages began circulating via WhatsApp – some of which tell recipients that they must pay in order to continue using the popular communications app, which has offered universal free access for several years. There are multiple variants of the scam messages – some demand that the recipient make ...
Late last week, reports emerged that, once again, senior United States government officials are contemplating seeking legislation that would ban ordinary citizens from using encryption that the government cannot easily crack, reviving the battle between the government – which believes that encryption hampers its efforts to monitor the communications of terrorists and criminals – and ...
Over the past few years there have been multiple efforts by governments to spy on users of digital communications and to force technology companies to provide access to the electronic communications of suspected criminals. While some messaging systems now offer end-to-end encryption that prevents the providers of such services from decrypting messages, metadata – including who communicated ...