Welcome back for another week of What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. This week, we asked law experts to predict how companies might be forced to comply with providing law enforcement access to encrypted products. Plus, the U.S. Department of Justice proposed a new rule this week for gathering DNA samples from “from non-United States persons who are detained under the authority of the United States.” And a Saudi refugee sues Twitter for accidentally employing an alleged agent of the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia as an engineer. Let’s chat: Email me at [email protected] and follow me on Twitter at @a_lancaster.


 

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