RIPA S.12(7) and other pressure points

David Pick D.M.Pick at
Wed Jun 11 13:58:32 BST 2014

On 11/06/14 12:40, Ian Batten wrote:

> <snip>
> 1.  Imagine your clients are using end-to-end encryption, and you have somehow encouraged them.  Do your S.12
> responsibilities include any obligation to make it easier for an interception to obtain plaintext (or, alternatively,
> to not make it any harder)? 

And are CSP's not encouraged *by govnernmant bodies* to encourage their
clients to communicate securely, using end-to-end encryption, with
their banks to secure their transactions? Clients using end-to-end
encryptiion is *not* something we have to work very hard to imagine.

> <snip>

David Pick
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Queen Mary University of London
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