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(Feb 28 2013) <a moz-do-not-send="true"
Strategy</a> and <a moz-do-not-send="true"
Strategy</a> (occurs in both)<br>
<li>"For example key escrow <b>may be required</b> for private
encryption keys in some services (<b>to comply with</b>
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act Section 3)"</li>
<p>but <a moz-do-not-send="true"
Mr.Clarke amended S.69</a> [Hansard link - at bottom] to
exempt company directors from liability under Part.III - that
is, they are no longer personally liable for failure of their
company to comply with a decryption notice. This was the chief
cause of FIPR's diagnosis of government strategy as being that
of "key escrow by intimidation" - however it still leaves
individuals and company employees in the firing line.</li>