' WhatsAppberichten for access to police '

Intelligence services and police must have access to encrypted messages that are sent via WhatsApp.

Before that, the British Home Secretary Amber Rudd Sunday on the BBC, following the terrorist attack of last week in London.

Just before the attack made the 52-year-old offender, Khalid Masood, use WhatsApp. The messages are for security forces not to decipher by end-to-endencryptie, only the sender and receiver have the code that makes the messages readable.

Rudd called it "completely unacceptable" that security forces there cannot. "There would be no place where terrorists can hide", set them and calls on technology companies to cooperate with the Government.

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