Does the government ban Whats App?

There are eight hundred million people around the world are using Whats App to communicate which we learned from BBC.

This is the messaging service provider which would be banned by the British government because its encryption makes it private for the security service to access. This story is repeated in several news paper and get denied by downing street.

The financial Times seems it back and wrote an article about the battle between government and corporation to over access an encrypted message. David Cameron the UK prime minister proposed a complete ban on strong encryption to ensure terrorists which don’t have safe space to communicate.

whats App is one of the service which has highly encryption for their message with Apples i message and Skype call. Both the country UK and US has expressed their growing concern in which criminal and terrorist are using this series to communicate.

So the prime minister wants to ban them. He made this speech on September which posed the rhetorical question.

The government demand to provide a backdoor to their encryption or to stop using it. The government insisted to remarks and quiet everything for a while.

The comprehensive communication data bill would really clarify and extends the access of police and security to hold the data by internet companies.

The prime minister has used similar types of words while talking to media being produced and ensure this.

What Apple’s service policy tells about its i Message and face time services to its user.

Apple has no way to descriptive i Message and face time dat. Apple does not scan your message. We would not be able to comply with a wire tap.

Apple’s Tim cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg warned and attempt to tamper with encryption which helps criminal and threaten the security of consumer which depends on its service.

American giant submitted and provided a different level of services to UK costumer. Microsoft provides him this statement while asking about the Skype encryption.

It is clear that the government need to find a way to work with the industry and develops the technologies to ensure the clear oversight and legal framework.

Does the government ban Whats App?

There are eight hundred million people around the world are using Whats App to communicate which we learned from BBC.

This is the messaging service provider which would be banned by the British government because its encryption makes it private for the security service to access. This story is repeated in several news paper and get denied by downing street.

The financial Times seems it back and wrote an article about the battle between government and corporation to over access an encrypted message. David Cameron the UK prime minister proposed a complete ban on strong encryption to ensure terrorists which don’t have safe space to communicate.

whats App is one of the service which has highly encryption for their message with Apples i message and Skype call. Both the country UK and US has expressed their growing concern in which criminal and terrorist are using this series to communicate.

So the prime minister wants to ban them. He made this speech on September which posed the rhetorical question.

The government demand to provide a backdoor to their encryption or to stop using it. The government insisted to remarks and quiet everything for a while.

The comprehensive communication data bill would really clarify and extends the access of police and security to hold the data by internet companies.

The prime minister has used similar types of words while talking to media being produced and ensure this.

What Apple’s service policy tells about its i Message and face time services to its user.

Apple has no way to descriptive i Message and face time dat. Apple does not scan your message. We would not be able to comply with a wire tap.

Apple’s Tim cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg warned and attempt to tamper with encryption which helps criminal and threaten the security of consumer which depends on its service.

American giant submitted and provided a different level of services to UK costumer. Microsoft provides him this statement while asking about the Skype encryption.

It is clear that the government need to find a way to work with the industry and develops the technologies to ensure the clear oversight and legal framework.