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Tag Archives: Edward Snowden

The Government’s War on Encryption, Backdoors, and What in the World Would Antonin Scalia Do?

Posted in Internet & Media Law, Privacy Law, Technology Law
Earlier this week, the anti-encryption discussion got elevated to a war. No, a federal court judge did not order Apple to crack the encryption on the dead terrorist’s iPhone 5C, though you’d be forgiven if that’s what you heard or believed, since mainstream media outlets as big as NBC are reporting it that way. Thanks to Mike Masnick (@mmasnick) at… Continue Reading

Ed Snowden: The Government Can Own Your Cell Phone

Posted in Privacy Law
Although the U.S. government probably wants us to think it’s yesterday’s news, last month NBC News broadcast an exclusive hour-long interview with Brian Williams and the most wanted man in the world—Edward Snowden—in his first ever American television interview. In case you missed it (it ran at 10 p.m. EST on Weds. May 28), the… Continue Reading