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China passes first-ever ’Crypto Law’

China passes first-ever ’Crypto Law’

China has passed a new law regulating cryptography on Oct. 26 that will take effect on Jan. 1, 2020. As per the report, the new regulatory framework aims to set standards for the application of cryptography and the management of passwords. The new regulatory framework establishes the role of a central cryptographic agency meant to lead public cryptographic work.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

You mean the Chinese Communist Party. The state is subservient to the Chinese Communist Party. The Chinese Communist Party owns everything. The Chinese Communist Party decides the law. The Chinese Communist Party controls everything, not indirectly but directly. Think of it as the Imperial system but with a facade of institutions that are there to take the blame when things go wrong. Oh, and by the way, China does not have a military, the Chinese Communist Party does. So when writing an article about mainland China you need to replace China or the name of a company or business with the words Chinese Communist Party.

IvoryDove 1 year

Unlike here in the USA where the NSA simply breaks and scans everything regardless of encryption...

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Herbie Goes Bananas 1 year

WTF is that picture? 😁😅

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