๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง The EU Commission could break securely #E2EE encrypted communications with the upcoming #chatcontrol2.0 proposal. If all messaging providers were forced to search private messages, this would require backdoors and undermine security! (1/7)

10:58 AM ยท Aug 11, 2021

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Attacks on #encryption are brought forward by governments time and again. Most recently here, in a November Council resolution: data.consilium.europa.eu/docโ€ฆ The idea: access to encrypted messages only "for the good guys/law enforcement authorities" A fallacy.. (2/7)
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..because #encryption either works for all of us, or it works for no one at all. Once broken, and be it with best intentions, backdoors in encrypted communications are accessible to anyone who wants to use them โ€“ including criminal hackers (3/7)
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Cybersecurity expert and crypto legend Bruce Schneier schneierblog puts it this way: "Either everyone gets to spy, or nobody gets to spy. Your phone doesn't know 'good guy/bad guy'" redirect.invidious.io/JeUwjL4ODM4 (4/7)
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Those who want to break #encryption also harm the economy: national security, economic and financial secrets rely on secure communications channels. neetibiyani on what breaking encryption means to the economy: redirect.invidious.io/JvCkvAXXOLQ (5/7)
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At the same time, removing and circumventing secure #encryption destroys our right to privacy. And anyone who gives up this right also gives up all the freedoms relying on this right, says privacy activist alexanderhanff : redirect.invidious.io/ckU-8UALZFg?t=61 (6/7)
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Replying to @echo_pbreyer
I mean after the fact that the ECJ AG called the #uploadfilter OK...I wonder what the faith of this law would be...
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