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Facebook’s a mess, but it doesn’t mean backdoors are the answer

It’s been a tough year for Facebook. It has faced international scrutiny, from its role in elections to the potential regulation of its cryptocurrency Libra. However, perhaps the most contentious argument for the social media giant, that is sure to rage on into 2020, is one of its longest fought. How to protect the...
It’s been a tough year for Facebook. It has faced international scrutiny, from its role in elections to the potential regulation of its cryptocurrency Libra. However, perhaps the most contentious argument for the social media giant, that is sure to rage on into 2020, is one of its longest fought. How to protect the privacy of users on its messaging platforms, whilst navigating the demands of governments who want backdoor access. What should we most prize? Consumers’ privacy or national security? Currently, the solution proposed by governments internationally is a backdoor to allow access into messaging platforms — one that… This story continues at The Next Web
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