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Cyrus Vance, Jr., the Manhattan district lawyer and an outspoken critic of encryption, named on Congress to adopt legislation mandating that mobile telephone makers like Apple and Google bake backdoors into their smartphones.

Vance stated it is “government’s principal duty to preserve its residents secure, and that a government cannot fulfill that duty if huge amounts of important information directly connected to public safety are inaccessible to the government.”

The district attorney’s proposal provided data saying that in a span of 12 months ending in October, as several as 111 prosecutions in his office for a variety of crimes like homicide, attempted murder, sexual abuse of a youngster, sex trafficking, assault, and robbery have been hindered simply because of encrypted mobile phones connected to the situations. He also cited a litany of prosecutions in which evidence obtained from mobile phones helped resolve the exact same types of circumstances.

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