Patrick O'Neill writes: The French Parliament on Wednesday rejected a proposal to ban strong encryption by requiring tech companies to build backdoors in their code so police and intelligence agencies could access encrypted data. But French Secretary of State Axelle Lemaire criticized the proposal, saying that while the debate was healthy, "this is not the right solution according to the Government's opinion." Lemaire called backdoors "vulnerability by design" and "inappropriate."
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