The government faces criticism over plans to give police powers to make suspects produce readable copies of encrypted computer evidence.The police say the powers are needed because criminals are increasingly using encryption to hide evidence. They estimate that currently there are 30 cases in which encrypted evidence had stumped investigators. But some peers, academics and cryptographers say the plans are flawed and risk being abused…
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