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This man truely does not understand encryption
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Have a nice video on this.
Why The Government Shouldn't Break WhatsApp - YouTube

Encryption backdoors - breaking WhatsApp and iMessage's security to let the government stop Bad Things - sounds like a reasonable idea. Here's why it isn't. ...

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I love how the government is asking for more backdoors in the year when so far 2 NSA created malware have crippled quite a few businesses.
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You mean a deeply concerning number of businesses world wide, including hospitals.
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“Well the laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that. The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia," he said.
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It has been pretty well demonstrated that backdoors are the way that encryption gets broken. When it comes to home security "how would you get into your house if locked out?" is the go to question. It's no different for encryption. If there's a back door, that's what hackers are going to try and find.
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Not sure any of them understand
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1+1=3, this is correct in Australia as the laws of mathematics are incorrect.
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Sadly, if the laws of australia said that 1+1=3 then it would be legally so.
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and then you'd have to prove in court that whoever wrote the law got the maths wrong
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Because we are upside down are our twos fives or our fives twos, what about sixes and nines? 🤔
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The way that is phrased makes me think of this
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I'll eat your gingerbread man 😈
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Who eats it in the shower it gets soggy!
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as usual our top politicians are demonstrating a dangerous level of ignorance
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I wonder if he thinks the same about the laws of gravity
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While i find the laws of gravity are commendable, they come second to the laws of Australia!
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Well obviously how else do you think we stand on the ground when constantly upside down 🤓
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kind of relevant...
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