The US Looks to Europe for Guidance on Encryption, but Can Europe Deliver?

Comments by a U.S. assistant attorney sparked a debate on how Europe's evolving encryption stance will impact the U.S., and whether the security debate has already shifted.

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Comments by a U.S. assistant attorney sparked a debate on how Europe's evolving encryption stance will impact the U.S., and whether the security debate has already shifted.

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  • Wael Aggan

    This is good analysis to the issues related to End to end encryption (E2EE). However, I like to point you to the latest GDPR approved by EU and UK, Chapter 5 Rec 6 states "The GDPR does not apply to data that are rendered anonymous in such a way that individuals cannot be identified from the data. Data that are fully anonymized (i.e., data from which no individuals can be identified) are outside the scope of both the EU data protection Directive and the GDPR.

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