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Daily Dashboard | Snooper’s Charter would require even startups to build in backdoors Related reading: Potential friction between free speech and youth privacy laws

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TechCrunch reports that should the U.K.’s Investigatory Powers Bill pass through Parliament, even small startups would be required to “bake insecurities into their systems in order to be able to hack users on demand.” And, while Apple has been able to make public the fact that the FBI wants backdoor access in the U.S., the U.K. bill would require companies to keep quiet about law enforcement requests. “They built in systems that would force companies who have more than 10,000 users — which for a startup 10 years ago used to be a hard thing, now you can quite quickly collect 10,000 users no problem — so it’s a very low threshold,” said Privacy International’s Eric King.
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