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California Quietly Drops Bill Requiring Phone Decryption

Discussion in 'SecurityWeek' started by RSS, Apr 15, 2016.

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    The California Assembly Bill 1681 was quietly dropped this week without a vote. The bill would have authorized $2,500 penalties for phone manufacturers and operating system providers if they do not comply with court orders to decrypt phones. In effect, it would force phone providers to include a backdoor or face repeated fines.

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