Police Cite Child Victims in Encryption Plea to CongressBy
Official to call it `impediment to rescuing child victims'
Apple lawyer to testify as companies argue for privacy rights
The use of strong encryption is preventing state and local police across the U.S. from fully investigating murders, sex offenses against children, drug cases and child pornography, according to law enforcement officials who will testify before a House panel.
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