Weaker encryption up for debate, SpaceX double launchIn today's tech news, Australian officials push for weaker encryption of social media at "Five Eyes" summit, and UK Parliament email accounts are attacked. Plus, SpaceX pulls off back-to-back launches.
This is c/net and hear the stories that matter right now. Australian attorney general George [UNKNOWN] is to push for weaker encryption of social media platforms at an international intelligence alliance summit. In a statement [UNKNOWN] said tech companies need to play a bigger role in [UNKNOWN] terrorist communications Officials from the Five Eyes countries, Canada, the US, the UK, New Zealand and Australia will meet in Ottawa, Canada this week. British parliamentary emails accounts were cyber attacked this weekend in a hacking assault. Some members of parliament had their remote email access temporarily disabled as a precaution. After several unauthorized attempts to access accounts were detected, it's not clear at this point who might be behind the attempt. Elon Musk's SpaceX has pulled off back to back Falcon 9 rocket launchers and landings, proving its muscle for making space flight more common. Just two days after a rocket launch from Cape Canaveral Florida taking a Bulgarian satellite into orbit. The Iridium II mission blasted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base California carrying ten satellites. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app available for IOS and Android. [BLANK_AUDIO]