Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday.
*1. UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said intelligence agencies must be able to access encrypted messages on services like WhatsApp.*.. Business Insider
A senior U.K. official is asking that law enforcement should be given access to encrypted messages on WhatsApp and similar services, a demand that is likely to fuel an ongoing debate over whether.. ITworld Also reported by •PC World
U.K. lawmaker Amber Rudd blasted WhatsApp for using end-to-end encryption, preventing authorities from monitoring messages sent between people. It comes as news emerged that the London terrorist Khalid.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Google isn't usually shy about launching experimental new apps and then closing them back down again if they don't work, and it sounds like the tech giant's next testing of the app waters will revolve.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary has said on the Andrew Marr show that messaging services like WhatsApp must open up their platforms to the intelligence agencies and social media giants must do more to.. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Aunque pasaron casi 6 años desde el estreno de la última película de Harry Potter, el elenco parece seguir tan unido como siempre. En una reciente entrevista con Emma, para promover Beauty and the.. Source: Wochit Spanish -
Women of all faiths and backgrounds came together on London's Westminster Bridge on Sunday afternoon.
With hands linked, they stood and bowed their heads at 4 p.m. in a vigil following the terror.. Mashable
The UK government wants there to be "no place for terrorists to hide," and that includes on encrypted messaging services. The company first on its agenda? WhatsApp.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr.. Mashable Also reported by •Al Jazeera
Last week, Uttar Pradesh got a new CM. Also last week, the government rammed the Finance Bill in the Parliament, with scores of amendments that even MPs were kept in the dark about. You can be forgiven.. Mid-Day
Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service, a top British security official said Sunday. canoe.ca
End-to-end encryption services like WhatsApp are once more being slammed for offering protection for users everywhere. This time, the UK is doing all the finger pointing, and it's because of the.. Softpedia
SXSW is 10 days of fun. Many of colleagues (I see you Brett Williams) teased me (on Slack) for having a "great time with all the work down there."
But, hey, it's actually work. Attending panel after.. Mashable
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd urged online companies to be more aggressive in shutting down sites exploited by terrorists. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times •FinanzNachrichten.de
Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service, a top British security official said Sunday. FOXNews.com