China Requires Decryption Assistance in New Anti-Terror Law

Ars Technica reports that China’s new anti-terrorism law will require telecoms and Internet companies to provide “technical interfaces, decryption and other technical support assistance to public security organs and state security organs conducting prevention and investigation of terrorist activities in accordance with law”.

More commentary here, here and here.

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