Europol says Home Routing mobile encryption feature aids criminals

To prevent privacy-enhancing technology in Home Routing from impeding law enforcement’s capacity to intercept communications during criminal investigations, Europol is putting forth options.

The agency has previously noted in its series of Digital Challenges that gathering admissible evidence is hampered by the law enforcement issue of end-to-end encryption on communication networks.

Customers of telecommunication services can route traffic (calls, texts, and internet data) through their home network even when they are traveling overseas thanks to a feature called home routing.

Data is encrypted at the service level and subscribers’ devices exchange session-based keys with the provider on the home network when privacy-enhancing technologies (PET) are activated in Home Routing read more about Europol says Home Routing mobile encryption feature aids criminals.

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