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Sunday, October 24, 2021

Law enforcement, and some national security agencies, haven't given up. And despite the increasing number of former senior national security and law enforcement officials who have publicly supported the widespread use of encryption, U.S. law enforcement and allied countries around the globe are back with a new proposal to get around encryption.

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...The new proposal is client-side scanning, scanning content on a user's device prior to its encryption or after decryption. Supporters of the technology argue that such scanning can uncover child sexual abuse material (CSAM) without putting people's privacy at risk. The supporters reason that people whose phones don't have CSAM will have nothing to fear; the scanning will be local and, if there is no targeted material on the device, no information will ever leak from it....


~If you've done nothing wrong, there's nothing to fear....~

#1 | Posted by LampLighter at 2021-10-24 03:48 PM | Reply

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Don't get me started.

It's always "for the children" so you are a monster if you have a problem with the loss of privacy. I think our only hope is a USSC justice gets caught with a picture of their grandbaby in the tub and is arrested.

#2 | Posted by TaoWarrior at 2021-10-24 03:54 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

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