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Should governments be given back door access to encrypted technology? We open this ongoing debate that's happening worldwide. On the one hand, intelligence services argue it's a way for terrorists to "go dark". On the other, civil society groups are defending the digital security that encryption provides. Plus, we test Velair's electric board, a new way to commute to work.

Added on the 29/01/2016 16:07:56 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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