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Tech industry, digital rights groups question EastWest's plan for encryption

February 22, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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Industry and civil liberties advocates are taking issue with a recently released report on encryption by the EastWest Institute, arguing the report overstates a balanced approach in offering policy recommendations to break a long-standing impasse on the issue.

“It's notable that it's hidden in the text of the report that none of those people actually endorsed their eventual recommendation,” said Amie Stepanovich, U.S. policy manager for the global digital rights group Access Now. Stepanovich was referring to Access Now...

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