Senator Dianne Feinstein (D, CA) wants (this is old news) a means for Government to read our private communications, most especially those we’ve chosen to encrypt. She wants Government to be able to penetrate that encryption, via, perhaps, a backdoor.
I think that Silicon Valley has to take a look at their products. [I]f you create a product that allows evil monsters to communicate in this way,…that is a big problem.
They have apps to communicate on, which cannot be pierced even with a court order[.]
On the one hand, perhaps hammers and screwdrivers should be Government controlled—they get used by evil monsters to commit mayhem.
Perhaps guns should be Government controlled—oh, wait….
Then, there’s this:
A major breach at computer network company Juniper Networks has US officials worried that hackers working for a foreign government were able to spy on the encrypted communications of the US government and private companies for the past three years.
The FBI is investigating the breach, which involved hackers installing a back door on computer equipment, US officials told CNN.
Yet, Government, folks like Feinstein who should know better and others who are simply pandering, wants a deliberate backdoor inserted into our private communications.
I’ll say it again. There is no safety without intact individual liberty.