Privacy International publishes report on end-to-end encryption

16/09/2022 | Privacy International

Privacy International (PI) has published a report on end-to-end encryption (E2EE), concluding that E2EE "contributes significantly to security and privacy." In its conclusions, PI supports E2EE by default because it protects the security of communications and raises the cost of mass surveillance. PI would like to see E2EE become legally available for use by everyone and opposes proposals that weaken or ban its use. Access the full report

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