Following the Westminster terrorist attack, encrypted WhatsApp messages became the target of criticism by the British Home Secretary Amber Russ, the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, and Prime Minister Theresa May.
The debate, however, is no longer about security alone, but about the new delineation of private and public. Increasingly, an argument is being made for warrantless access to encrypted communication. Two arguments are most prevalent: terrorism and financial regulation.
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