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    And this is why UK start and then Australia tried to butcher what is know as the 'encryption back door U laws' which is coming to a country near you soon for the very reason the spooks are having issues breaking apps.

    https://www.wired.com/story/australi...global-impact/

    I will also put this out there - it is only a matter of time before AES in radios are outlawed, it will be on the back so some event and some govt twit claiming they are not able to easily collect transmissions via normal means (from telecommunication network) so we now will outlaw it. Up side locally, work has more customers ordering AES feature enabled in the radios by default for privacy and protection of there activities and surprising motorola is supplying with out crying. Just goes to show they area hoer for a dollar atm.
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    Believe it or not, the Internet is still in its infancy. There is no doubt in my mind the excrement that operates our world governments will eventually want the ability to completely intrude into our lives, without the need for a warrant or our consent.

    The mentally ill reporter (Caroline Barghout) from the CBC in Canada, who wrote the FALSE story about Ed Richardson last February (city radio manager accused of all kinds of things) actually attempted to name me in the story, suggesting I have something to hide, because I promote privacy and encryption. “Why would you need encryption? What are you doing with that?”

    Look bitch, you use AES-256 every time you check your email, look at your porn on the Internet, watch Netflix, YouTube or even do your nightly iCloud backup. What a clueless, uneducated, hypocritical ****.

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    My view on the use of strong encryption (AES) is I want to have to block unauthorized intercepts of my communications. If LE has a legitimate need to monitor an individuals communication then I have no problem with that, trouble is a lot of times LE is on a fishing trip.

    I forget my source (I will try to find it) but it is my understanding that every single communication today is monitored and stored by groups like the NSA and CSE and others in the five eyes. I understand that if you show up on their radar they can dial back to 2004 on your emails even your internet searches. What I don't like about this type of monitoring is it's like listing to someones thoughts, it's absurd that governments are this paranoid.

    Keep this in mind. Long before the internet and electronic communications all LE could do is tap a phone or bug your home/business. If you whispered something in someones ear they could not intercept that. That is what AES does for use and we have that right not to have our thoughts intercepted.

    here is the wiki on the five eyes (looking for my source about dialing back to 2004);


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