From the post:
If you’re curious about the draft text for the senate crypto bill please, read the text for yourself or a summary on Wired . If you have ever used a security product, you’ll probably quickly realize that it would make most (if not all) encryption illegal.
For example, a product like an encrypted hard drive is covered since seagate provides a process for storing data. Upon a court order, seagate must provide the data on that drive by making it intelligible, either by never encrypting it or if it is encrypted, they must decrypt it.
The following graphic is provided to illustrate the paths by which nearly all secure storage or communication needs to have a back door.…
You have to see the graphic to truly appreciate how lame the draft Senate crypto bill is in fact.
I can’t say it is a fact, but I suspect the first draft of the Senate crypto bill was in crayon.
What do you think?
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