Everything from the text messages you send to the security of the banking app you use relies on strong encryption. It's vital to protecting your privacy.
A new bill, introduced by Sens. Lindsey Graham and Richard Blumenthal, would undermine that crucial digital privacy by providing so-called "encryption backdoors" to law enforcement. The problem is there is no such thing as a secure backdoor. This would open up the door to potential hackers and other bad actors to access your most intimate data.
This bill would also give the Attorney General, from any administration, authority to set their own rules and threaten businesses with millions of dollars in lawsuits and even criminal penalties.
Sign this letter to tell your lawmakers there's no such thing as a secure back door.