Encryption is binary. If it's encrypted (properly), no one can decipher it. If it's not encrypted... everyone can see it. Cameron probably thinks only the good guys will be snooping.
Besides the fact that this is totally unenforceable. Why yes officer, I am just sending and receiving random data.
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