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Australia passes new encryption laws that could force Apple to offer access to encrypted messages

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Australia passes new encryption laws that could force Apple to offer access to encrypted messagesBack in October, we reported that Apple was one of four tech giants opposing a proposed law in Australia focused on law enforcement access to encrypted data. Now, Australia has successfully passed that encryption legislation, which means companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and Google could be forced to “build new capabilities” to thwart encrypted messages.

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