|Tech giants hit by NSA spying slam encryption backdoors|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-05-02 21:40:47|
A coalition of Silicon Valley tech giants has doubled down on its criticism of encryption backdoors following a proposal that would give law enforcement access to locked and encrypted devices.
The group, which focuses on efforts to reform government surveillance, said in a statement that it continues to advocate for strong encryption, and decried attempts to undermine the technology.
The coalition consists of, among others, Google, Microsoft, and Apple.
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