The FBI wants to redesign the Internet...

... so that they can evesdrop easier.  Ye gods.  There is absolutely no reason for anyone to be forced to design their network, their software, or anything else to make it easier for the police to violate the Fourth Amendment.  That onus falls upon the police.  Some networks are even deliberately designed to be difficult or impossible to intercept, and their users generally consider this a feature.  Is all public speech on the topic of cryptography now verboten unless it includes an FBI backdoor?

This entry was published Mon Oct 24 19:23:51 CDT 2005 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2005-10-24 19:23:51.0. [Tweet]

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