Deputy AG shows law enforcers still don’t get encryption

According to The Register, the US Deputy Attorney General is now saying that technology companies don’t need to install back doors in their encryption–provided they can reveal plain text of all secure communications on demand. Entirely misses the point.

Sure, that won’t go wrong at all

Source: Fine, OK, no backdoors, says Deputy AG. Just keep PLAINTEXT copies of everyone’s messages • The Register

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