European Parliament Committee Recommends End-To-End Encryption For All Electronic Communications

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It must be nice to live in a country that has a citizens first policy. I do not want to move to the EU but I wish the US would change its culture in politics from corporations first to citizens first. The EU also has a lovely 2-year warranty law to keep companies from making stuff that will fail in a year or so.
 

hannibal

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I am European and don't feel anything that is laughtable in other countries, but I agree that citicens should be priority in everywhere. USA should remember its constitution law and think what is its spirit. It is a guideline that would work in most cases anywhere in the world!
But everything has to start somewhere and I hope that all electronic and information companies take this matter very seriously. Soon other parts of the world will demand the same in their areas too.
 


Being from the US I hope we follow the EU in many areas that effect consumers and citizens as you seem to intact some of the most lovely legislation to protect the everyday person.
 

Gillerer

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You need to remember this news piece is only about a European Parliament committee proposal. EP is often at the forefront of civil liberties talks, but if the national governments don't agree to it, nothing will happen.

As a EU citizen, the European Parliament often feels more like a think tank than a legislative body, considering how little effect their decisions have.
 
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