Don't sacrifice privacy for false perceptions of security: Beauceron CEO

In the wake of a series of horrific attacks against unarmed civilians on the streets of London and in Manchester, the UK government is pushing for more control over the Internet and to weaken encryption technologies that protect the privacy of hundreds of millions of people worldwide. 

"How much are we willing to throw on the floor for a fake perception of security?", says Beauceron CEO David Shipley, noting that strong encryption is used to help protect banking and other online services people depend on every day. 

Shipley spoke with Toronto640AM's Kelly Cutrara about British Prime Minister Theresa May's call to regulate cyberspace and the UK government's push for government backdoors into popular messaging systems and other online services.