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Author Topic: Australian Encryption Bill – An Exploitable Backdoor in the Startup Community  (Read 617 times)

Offline Emma_Parker

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Being a member of the Five Eyes, the Australian government has officially introduced Australia’s Assistance and Access Bill 2018 to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security for consideration. This anti-encryption bill is expected to be a global paradigm for leaping over the obstructive internet surveillance. This being said, the bill is expected to agitate the startup community.

The Australian encryption bill seeks access, under the law, to decrypt any encrypted communication which is liable to contain any criminal activity. The major motive behind this encryption bill is to aid law enforcement in putting
the wrong-doers behind the bars. Therefore, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of the Liberal-National Coalition is determined to turn the bill into law by the end of the year.

Source: https://thesignaturepost.com/australian-encryption-bill/

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 Thai boxing originated as a self defence and developed ace 333 to become a sport. It is well-known for its various UFABET types of forward and backward UFABET elbow strikes, Knee strikes, swing and reversing kicks, foot jabbing and all types of fist blows. A great deal of training and coaching is required slotciti to develop this skill. In the old days, Thai traditional boxers 'had their fists and the lower arms wrapped in strings and then soaked in a starchy liquid, granulated glassy joker gaming material was sprinkled on to lend additional devastating effects. When dry and hard, the pair of dress fists becomes a deadly lethal 918 kiss weapon.
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