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Encryption: A Matter of Human Rights

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Amnesty International, Encryption: A Matter of Human Rights (Mar. 2016) (full-text).

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This briefing argues that people everywhere should be able to encrypt their communications and personal data as an essential protection of their rights to privacy and ]]free speech]]. It claims that attempts to make companies create a "backdoor" into encryption software violate international human rights law, because they indiscriminately undermine the security of the communications and private data of anyone using the software.

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