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    The Senate drafts an encryption bill called the “Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016”
    It's no secret that the government doesn't want anymore issues with trying to gain access to encrypted devices again.

    In response to the Apple incident, the Senate has drafted a bill that they're calling the Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016.

    This bill would legally force companies to keep all encryption keys for products they sell. Not only that, but it could also be used against developers who create encryption technology that doesn't allow this sort of access.

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