Thursday, October 28, 2010

Back doors for the government to spy on us
The Obama administration is drafting a law that would make  all internet communications services in the US come with a "back door" -- a way in for them to surveil all information, when requested. This would effectively end legal secure encrypted communication in the US.

We're hoping it doesn't go into law, but it is a reminder of how the powers that be want all access passes to all your information.

More detailed information from our friends at the Electronic Frontier Foundation:

(thanks to our friends at riseup for passing on the news)