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Do I need privacy policy if I don't collect personal data?

Under rules like GDPR, if your app never, ever transmits any data, then the app does not need a privacy policy. Same if it manages to transmit data without transmitting personal data, but doing that ...
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Do the various anti-end to end encryption laws have provisions concerning third party clients?

Neither the existing UK Act or the draft text of the potential EU Regulation have provisions concerning third-party clients. The UK Act We cannot know what future laws might do, but the existing UK ...
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Do the various anti-end to end encryption laws have provisions concerning third party clients?

Would these laws put any requirements on third party client developers or users? Why wouldn't them? Those laws would not give a shit whether the client app is official or not (i.e. offered by a third ...
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Do the various anti-end to end encryption laws have provisions concerning third party clients?

Even if robbing banks is easy; it’s still illegal The law is not really concerned with how easy or hard it is in a technical sense to avoid compliance; non-compliance is still illegal.
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Why is a license necessary to design a microarchitecture for the arm family of instruction set architectures?

By what mechanism is ARM able to restrict implementations of its ISA Lawyers, mostly. You're right that you can do a full from-scratch implementation of the ISA. You can compile a list of recent ARM ...
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