Indian panel wants encryption broken in fight against child abuse content

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Indian panel wants encryption broken in fight against child abuse content

"A challenge to our collective conscience."

Indian enforcement agencies should be able to break end-to-end encryption to hunt down distributors of child pornography online, a parliamentary panel has urged as the south Asian nation looks to regulate social media. The panel met officials of companies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook and ...

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