Two convicted in U.K. for refusal to decrypt data

Chris De Young chd at
Fri Aug 14 05:46:44 CEST 2009

the dragon wrote:
> encrytion is about maintaining personal and data privacy; it's not about having a tool to break the law. 

If the encryption is strong and used correctly (with all the non-technical
elements that implies) how would you tell the difference?


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