Sunday, June 11, 2017
Turnbull tackles encryption and OWNS it like a biatch
The untouchable sociopathic white collar criminals in this machine called the 'Australian Government' are at it again.
With every action regarding a new law, Australia's good people are being oppressed more and more with literally zero rights to privacy, where every man / woman / son / daughter who is in possession of a mobile phone is monitored by the 'authorities' (read corporation conglomerate) today under the pretext of 'terrorism'.
It would come as no surprise that the law makers in this penal colony would put a law trough that owning an encrypted device is an act of 'terrorism'.
Apparently 'terrorists' use encrypted methods of communication between each other.
'Terrorists' use automobiles / highways to get to their destination.
Government solution (?):
BAN all automobiles and lock up the people under Martial Law like they did officially in the first 40 years of colonialisation of this land.
The WHOLE point of encryption is so that the a$$holes in the corporation conglomerate called the 'government' do NOT access YOUR private and confidential communication.
So let's use the "nothing to hide, nothing to fear' motto?
Give US your communications, Turdball !!!
Why are you hiding your books, Turdball ??? !!! ???
George Brandis another criminal in office.
Watch now, how governments will secretly work with phone manufacturers / app developers in installing 'backdoors'.
The people have already had their mobile phone's security compromised from (deliberate) security holes in the GSM communications protocols from the inception of the technology.
The 'Australian Government' REALLY hates the slave population.
read article by news.com.au from 11 Jun 2017 of the headline;
Turnbull tackles encrypted messages
The Turnbull government will look to change laws in order to help authorities decrypt messages.
The Turnbull government is reportedly looking at changing laws to force telco and tech firms to help authorities to decrypt suspect messages.
Staff writers News Corp Australia Network
THE increased use of encrypted messaging by terrorist networks has prompted the Turnbull government to reportedly look at changing laws to force telecommunications and technology firms to help authorities decrypt suspect messages.
Fairfax Media reports that Attorney-General George Brandis said the government will not pursue the controversial “backdoor” access option by forcing firms to plant flaws in their encryption software that would allow it to be cracked by police or security agencies.
The Turnbull government to reportedly look at changing laws to force telecommunications and technology firms to help authorities decrypt suspect messages. Picture: Supplied.Source:News Corp Australia
Senator Brandis also said the mechanisms for warrant exchanges between Australian agencies and counterparts in the US and other partners were “more limited than they should be”.
In mid-2013, less than 3 per cent of counter-terrorism investigations intercepted communications that were encrypted. Today that figure was more than 40 per cent, Senator Brandis said.