Technology DOJ will ask Facebook to halt end-to-end encryption plans
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Theis set to ask to pause plans for end-to-end encryption across all of its messaging services. It will urge the company not to move forward "without ensuring that there is no reduction to user safety."
Attorney Generalis set to make the request in an open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel and Australian Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton also signed the draft letter, which and the obtained before publication. The US and the UK will reportedly alongside the release of the letter.
Governments call on Facebook to pause encryption efforts
In a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, US, UK and Australian officials worry Facebook’s encryption efforts will help child predators.Those concerns are laid out in a letter to the Facebook CEO and will be presented at the Justice Department's Lawful Access Summit in Washington, DC, on Friday. The summit echoes a long-held view from the US, UK and Australian governments on encryption -- calling on tech companies to provide access for law enforcement matters.
In March, Facebookfor a more privacy-focused approach to its services. It's also working towards across , and with end-to-end encryption.
Barr and the other signees are concerned that end-to-end encryption will hamper law enforcement from tackling illegal activity that occurs through Facebook's messaging platforms. That includes child sexual exploitation, terrorism and election meddling. Earlier this week,indicated there were almost 12 million reports of child sexual abuse material on Messenger last year.
The letter argues Facebook should "enable law enforcement to obtain lawful access to content in a readable and usable format," effectivelyto messaging across WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger. It will ask Facebook to work with governments to ensure that's the case.
It also urges Facebook and other companies to "embed the safety of the public in system designs, thereby enabling [Zuckerberg] to continue to act against illegal content effectively with no reduction to safety, and facilitating the prosecution of offenders and safeguarding of victims.",
Mercato - Edinson Cavani wants to go to the end of his contract with PSG
End of contract in June 2020, Edinson Cavani intends to continue the adventure with Paris Saint-Germain. Despite a serious approach to Inter Milan this summer, the Uruguayan striker has reaffirmed his desire to stay in France, during
The center-forward of 32 years wants to keep a promise made to the fans but also to himself. "I already spoke last season, and I promised, not only to the fans, to me, that I wanted to finish my contract here."
In addition, Edinson Cavani unveils his plans for the rest of his career and in particular the end: he sees well hang up the crampons in the country. "My decision may be to go back to my home in Uruguay, but I promised myself to finish this contract, it's a certainty, and then football does not just depend on you. , supporters ... "" The PSG is putting everything in order "
Is it possible however to imagine extending its contract in the coming months with the club of the capital? The former player of Palermo and Naples seems to exclude this hypothesis. "Sincerely, I do not think about it, we have not even talked about it with the club, PSG have had a difficult time at the end of last season, but they are putting everything in order. -be we can discuss afterwards. "
A certainty as always in Cavani: the determination will be the rendezvous for its seventh season under the colors of Paris. "I'm quiet, whether I'm staying or not staying after my contract, the only thing I know is that, since the first day of my arrival in Paris, I'm going to give everything for this jersey, This club, this city After six years, it's like home, like my family, until the last moment, I'll give the maximum. "
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