- An ex-MI5 boss has spoken out against calls for encryption to be weakened to help fight terrorism.
- Jonathan Evans, who led the spy agency from 2005 to 2013, says encryption is necessary to help secure businesses.
- Home secretary Amber Rudd previously said “real people” don’t need end-to-end encryption in messaging apps.
LONDON — The former head of MI5 has warned against weakening encryption in the fight against terrorism.
Speaking to Radio 4, Jonathan Evans said: “I’m not personally one of those who thinks we should weaken encryption because I think there is a parallel issue, which…
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