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Ray Ozzie's proposal for a cryptographic backdoor is as silly as all that have come before it.

* "no one can decode . . . except the vendor"

* "highly trusted employees"

* "works on only one device at a time"

Each an impossibility. Together, crazy.


4/25/2018, 4:20:15 PM

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The frustrating and exhausting thing about cryptographic backdoors is that they're all broken in the exact same way: Bypassing some fragile layer of process that is supposed to protect The One Ring. Never mind that the ring itself *is* the weakness.

4/25/2018, 4:40:22 PM

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