As the long-awaited day of Britain officially signalling it is leaving Europe draws near, the UK's tech and digital industries will be hoping for several things.
Many may be watching from behind.. City A.M.
The tragic case of Tanis Bhandari's murder and the concerns surrounding the monitoring of his killer has been raised at a national meeting of councillors tasked with making communities safer.Councillor.. Plymouth Herald
The UK Home Secretary wants to get into your apps.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd wants access to encrypted apps like WhatsApp.
"There should be no place for terrorists to hide."
This comes after an.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Minutes Before the London terror attacker carried out the deadly rampage near Westminster Bridge, he used this app to communicate with an unknown contact. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more Source: Veuer -
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd wants WhatsApp to give intelligence agencies access to encrypted messages following last week's Westminster terror attack. The attack left four innocent people dead... Source: Wochit Headline News -
U.K. lawmaker Amber Rudd blasted WhatsApp for using end-to-end encryption, preventing authorities from monitoring messages sent between people. It comes as news emerged that the London terrorist Khalid.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
*Professor Anthony Glees, director of the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies at The University of Buckingham, says Yes.*
National security must always trump privacy rights. The European.. City A.M.
While the safety of citizens is a government’s first duty, the home secretary’s accusation that WhatsApp and other encrypted messaging services are providing a “place for terrorists to hide” is.. City A.M.
Amber Rudd has sparked concern by suggesting that WhatsApp, the Facebook owned messaging service, give access to encrypted communications to security services (read more about it here).
The.. City A.M.
A Plymouth MP says police and security services should be given extra powers to access digital technology in order to identify and stop terror attacks.Speaking after Home Secretary Amber Rudd called on.. Plymouth Herald
The Home Secretary condemned encryption systems that allow people to hide from the security services as she insisted internet and technology firms must do more to help the fight against extremism. MailOnline