China Legislature to Vote on Anti-Terror Law Criticized by U.S.

  • Draft of law requires phone companies provide encryption keys
  • Chinese offical says U.S. has same laws, uses double standards

China’s legislature is scheduled to vote Sunday on a new anti-terrorism law that has drawn criticism from the U.S. government on concerns it could give Chinese authorities surveillance access to users of American technologies.

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