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In the U.S., is preparing a bill against anticitrulline laws

In the USA prepares a new law that seeks to ban the creation anticitrulline laws at the state level. It is reported this with reference to Wired.

California Congressman Ted Lew presented the draft law “Provision of national constitutional rights to private telecommunications – 2016”, abbreviated ENCRYPT. In it Lew proposes to abandon the introduction anticitrulline laws at the state level, which often overlap.

“It is impossible to create a backdoor, which can be used only the good guys, because sooner or later hackers will find it,” said the Congressman.

Lew also noted that U.S. laws apply only to American companies, and thus forced decryption will affect Apple, but will not affect Samsung or LG. The Congressman explained that any evidence that thanks anticitrulline backdorm can be prevented terrorist attacks, missing.

Earlier it became known that the government of the U.S. state of California are considering a bill that could lead to the suspension of sales of Apple products in the home state of the company.

According to the text of the draft law, the manufacturer or the supplier of the operating system must have the ability to unlock and gain access to information from any smartphone, made on the date 1 January 2017 or later and available for sale throughout California.

If the bill will come into force, for each phone without the possibility of third-party unlock Apple will be forced to pay a fine of $2.5 thousand

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