Federal law enforcement officials decrying the proliferation of strong encryption said Tuesday that the only reason they lack actual examples of how often it shields criminals is that they’ve done a “bad job” of collecting them.
The Director General of the UK’s counter-terrorist security service MI5, Andrew Parker, has said that the ever-changing encryption technologies are making it difficult for law enforcement and other agencies to track suspected terrorists and spies.
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