Backdoors will be exploited, and can only result in unintentional consequences. They would put the economy and society at risk.
Twenty years ago, law enforcement agencies wanted backdoor access to encrypted communications. Look what happened.
Rather than blathering on about surveillance, our politicians had better start preparing their excuses.
A free open source droplet for robust encryption and decryption, and explanation of the AppleScript code.
Benefits to the loss of privacy proposed in the UK are ebbing away as Internet behaviours change, but this is not considered in its justification. Is it too late?
Already it looks straightforward to circumvent the surveillance proposed. And you can rest assured the Bad Guys will.
After much, and often misdirected, speculation, this crucial draft Bill has been published. Is it so bad after all?