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It’s hard to get people excited about encryption, but it has never been more relevant

Britain's new far-reaching mass surveillance law is many kinds of bad

27th November, 2016

Just over a week ago, Britain passed the Investigatory Powers Bill, a law that is more far-reaching and wider in scope than any mass surveillance law in a democratic country. It’s the most technical of the string of previously unthinkable things that have happened over the past few months, so it’s no surprise if this somehow didn’t make it onto your radar.

The bill is many kinds of bad....

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