Britain to Ban Any Encryption That Prevents the Taxman From Exposing British Citizens
Posted on November 5, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
Britain is going completely insane. They are passing a law
that requires companies to provide unencrypted communications to the government. This may be a major reason why Britain looks quite bearish long-term. It means that Apple would not be able to sell its new phones in Britain. It may be wise for the companies to blacklist Britain and then let the public apply pressure on the government.
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