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Democratic Senator Creates Bill to Counter FBI Attempts to Make Cell Phones Less Secure

Sen. Ron Wyden, via the Senate

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

As FBI Director James Comey wants to force phone makers to create products that are easier to monitor, a Democratic senator is trying to pass a law that would protect the consumer’s privacy, Gizmodo reports.

Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon has proposed the Secure Data Act “to protect Americans’ privacy and data security.”

The bill is an attempt to revive trust in the use of technology and data.

“Strong encryption and sound computer security is the best way to keep Americans’ data safe from hackers and foreign threats,” he explained in statement. “It is the best way to protect our constitutional rights at a time when a person’s whole life can often be found on his or her smartphone.”

The bill aims to block any government attempts to make data security less strong.


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