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If we compromise encryption standards used to secure almost everything we do electronically, we'll catch more criminals. But we'll also create millions more by giving them easy targets.
Australian lawmakers stunned the country’s techies by passing a law requiring them to help law enforcement snoop on encrypted data on request, and putting e-commerce and basic digital security at risk.
District Attorneys are going to try mandating encryption backdoors again and refuse to understand why it can't be done without cratering the modern economy.
District Attorneys want tech companies to create a backdoor to access encrypted information. And if they ever get their wish, you can kiss e-commerce goodbye.
Web 2.0 was all about sharing and networking. Web 3.0 is emphasizing securing your data from all the people with whom you shared and networked.