Tech giants allied against proposed Australia law seeking encrypted data

Four global tech giants – Facebook, Apple, Alphabet and Amazon – will oppose an Australian law that would require them to provide access to private encrypted data linked to suspected illegal activities, an industry lobby group said on Wednesday.

Australia in August proposed fines of up to A$10 million ($7.2 million) for institutions and prison terms for individuals who do not comply with a court request to give authorities access to private data.
uk.reuters.com/article/us-australia-security-data/tech-giants-allied-against-proposed-australia-law-seeking-encrypted-data-idUKKCN1MD0CI
in.reuters.com/article/australia-security-data/tech-giants-allied-against-proposed-australia-law-seeking-encrypted-data-idINKCN1MD0CO

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UK will legislate to ensure tech giants take online responsibilities seriously: Javid
Britain will legislate to ensure that technology firms take their responsibilities for online security seriously, interior minister Sajid Javid said on Tuesday.
in.reuters.com/article/us-britain-politics-internet/uk-will-legislate-to-ensure-tech-giants-take-online-responsibilities-seriously-javid-idINKCN1MC1H2

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