Tech big guns confront U.K. parliament on backdoors, encryption

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A group of high tech corporate powerhouses has gathered together to protest a law proposed by the U.K. government that would allow an array of legal and intelligence agencies the ability to access computer data through backdoors and decryption.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo submitted a letter, dated December 21, 2015, to the parliamentary committee charged with reviewing the Investigatory Powers Bill saying it would have a negative impact on both the nation's citizenry and the corporation's customers.

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