Ross Ducks Questions On Unlocking The Phones Of Criminals & Terroists | Beaufort County Now | In a Los Angeles Times op-ed, district attorneys from California and New York praised Senator Burrís bipartisan legislation that requires technology companies to provide unencrypted data or provide assistance in retrieving said data from mobile devices lawfully obtained through a court order | Richard Burr,invasion of privacy,North Carolina

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Ross Ducks Questions On Unlocking The Phones Of Criminals & Terroists

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    Raleigh, NC     In a Los Angeles Times op-ed, district attorneys from California and New York praised Senator Burr's bipartisan legislation that requires technology companies to provide unencrypted data or provide assistance in retrieving said data from mobile devices lawfully obtained through a court order. The district attorneys reference the many instances where critical evidence in unresolved cases remains untouchable due to technology companies' unwillingness to unlock encrypted data.

  • "Last month, Sens. Richard M. Burr (R-N.C.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) proposed a way forward. They released a draft bill that would require technology companies to provide law enforcement with decrypted data, or the technical assistance to get it, when ordered by a court to do so. The bill restores the authority of judges, requires firms to be compensated for their assistance, and leaves tech companies free to decide how to design their operating systems - so long as the company can comply with court orders. No draft bill is perfect, which is why the senators have requested that stakeholders - including technology companies - simply discuss it."

    As Senator Burr fights to ensure law enforcement officials have the appropriate access to critical information, to bring criminals to justice Deborah Ross dodges questions on the issue. In a recent interview with Time Warner Cable's Tim Boyum, Ross dodged Boyum's repeated question on whether companies should have to turn over the data from mobile devices with a court order. It is time Deborah Ross tells voters if she will side with them over criminals and terrorists.

  • Contact: Jesse Hunt
  •     jhunt@burrforsenate.com





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