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Pakistan Tries To Ban Encryption 185

Posted by timothy
from the shh-don't-tell-the-other-countries dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Pakistan has a new Telecoms Law going into effect, which requires widespread monitoring of internet usage. In response, new reports are saying that the country is banning encryption, including VPNs, because it would interfere with the ability of ISPs to monitor internet usage."
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Pakistan Tries To Ban Encryption

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