Lawyer suggests tying access to encryption to verified ID

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  1. Minimalist

    Minimalist Registered Member

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  2. mirimir

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    Another jerk :(
     
  3. RockLobster

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    Tell him to go live in China, or join the Google Corporation.
    Terrorists pffft. Funny all these "terrorists" just appeared out of nowhere.
    After the millennium.
    New World Policy for the 21st Century.
    Create some terrorists groups.
    Use them as excuse to implement authoritarian, draconian legislation that would otherwise have been branded extremist and rejected.
     
  4. zapjb

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    What about temporary email?
     
  5. Reality

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    That lawyer is a lowlife.

    Everyone should be well aware that the word "terrorist" has been totally hi-jacked and has become the darling buzzword of the PTB. The trouble is, like many things, people just close off and bury their head in the sand.
     
  6. deBoetie

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    His level of knowledge is betrayed by him talking about verification in "nanoseconds". Given that light would have traveled less than a meter in this time, his self-confessed educational illiteracy in science ("I was a poor to middling scientist and mathematician") is amply verified - although not sure where he got the middling bit. But it's all OK because he enjoyed history at grammar school, and got a BA in law at Oxford and now is an eminent silk, who's made his mint prosecuting anti-terrorism cases.

    He's quite clearly been "captured" by the IS, same as his predecessors who got lavishly rewarded for being blissfully unaware - we are told - of the illegal behavior of GCHQ.
     
  7. Rilla927

    Rilla927 Registered Member

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    Lawyers are the ones behind eroding all our rights. Liaisons for the bankers.
     
  8. mirimir

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    Hey, blaming lawyers is a little like blaming guns ;)
     
  9. Rilla927

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    If you only really knew!
     
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