NYPD joins push for backdoors in commercial encryption Apr 192016 April 19, 2016 Surveillance, U.S. Demonstrating once again that they simply just don’t get it, the NYPD is now officially calling for legislation mandating backdoors in commercial encryption. Read more about their #UnlockJustice campaign on Daily Dot. h/t, Joe Cadillic Related Posts:Long-shot bill forbidding NSA backdoors in…French government rejects crypto backdoors as “the…French government considers law that would outlaw…NYPD Has Used Stingrays More Than 1,000 Times Since 2008DOJ and FTC officials offer dueling visions on encryption One Response to “NYPD joins push for backdoors in commercial encryption” joe says: April 20, 2016 at 7:48 am Ignorant Anti-Encryption Law Enforcement Groups (NYPD) Made A Logo And A Hashtag… And It All Backfired: “Suddenly we discovered that not only was Manhattan District Attorney — and proudly technologically ignorant — Cyrus Vance continuing to push his dangerous anti-encryption views, but he had somehow created a hashtag and a logo for it (I’ve sent in a FOIA request to see how much tax payer dollars were spent on the logo, though I doubt I’ll get a response). Vance held quite the grandstanding press conference over this, in which he repeated the same misleading claims as in the past about how horrible encryption is, and then trotted out some sob stories of cases where law enforcement failed to do their job, and then blamed it on encryption.” https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20160418/23480834204/ignorant-anti-encryption-law-enforcement-groups-made-logo-hashtag-it-all-backfired.shtml Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.