Oh shit, it keeps going: The Presidency of Council of the European Union has given out a revised version of the Draft Council Resolution on Encryption that I've quoted before.
"[...] there are instances where encryption renders analysis of the content [...] challenging or practically impossible [...]. [...] it is therefore essential to preserve the powers of competent authorities [...] to carry out their tasks."
1. realize that what they want is impossible
2. they demand it anyway
Why am I reading the word "competent" so frequently in there? It does not seem like there was anyone competent involved.
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