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Senate anti-encryption bill is itself a threat to national security

Folks, a must read:

* Senate anti-encryption bill is itself a threat to national security

The proposed Burr-Feinstein anti-encryption bill would put every American at risk of being spied on by foreign nations, hackers, or even the next US president.”

It’s the bill that has everyone up in arms. In the wake of the dispute between Apple and the FBI over encryption, Congress has weighed in with its long-awaited response, and it was the definition of what people didn’t want.Read more..

Typical of politicians lately… :/
[ write your congress critter, folks! ]

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April 15, 2016 - Posted by | cyber crime, Cyberwarfare, hackers, Internet, News, privacy, security

1 Comment »

  1. A bunch of [deleted] clowns. no idea of what they are doing, or do they? Hmm…could there be evil conniving people in our government, planning for some other purpose? I wonder…

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    Comment by Bill Batta | April 15, 2016 | Reply


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