Governments want your encrypted data, Australia wants them to have it, and you should be worried

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Washington Examiner—The idea of encrypted messages is that other people can’t read them. Now, Australia is considering a law that would circumvent that privacy and give law enforcement direct access to those messages — without the consent of the sender.

Data advocacy group wants Apple and others to give away mapping data in UK. Data advocacy group Open Data Institute (ODI) has filed a report with the UK government suggesting large companies like Apple, Google and Uber should be compelled to share their collective mapping data to help smaller companies innovate.