Here’s how the US government plans to break the encryption on your smartphone Apr 082016 April 8, 2016 Laws, Surveillance, U.S. Rob Price reports on the worst.encryption.bill.ever. Read about it on BusinessInsider while I go rinse and spit. Related Posts:Senators want to revive ‘dead’ anti-encryption…Hacking Team Offering Encryption Cracking Tools to Law…Rising Use of Encryption Foiled the Cops a Record 9 Times inEncryption Can’t Stop The Wiretapping BoomBlackberry taking ‘balanced’ approach to… One Response to “Here’s how the US government plans to break the encryption on your smartphone” Jordana Ari says: April 8, 2016 at 2:25 pm This seems very extreme, even to ensure protective safety measures against terrorist threats in the country. I wonder if Dianne Feinstein is pro-active on this due to her own past experience with security measures ( I am referring to Dianne finding Harvey Milk in San Francisco City Hall. I am sure that is something that haunts you for the rest of your life). Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.