Should data encryption be illegal in America, like in some countries, to make solving cyber crimes easier for law enforcement?

5 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Should door locks be illegal to make executing search warrants easier?

    Logically I REPEATED your question.

  • 3 weeks ago

    Prior to his stint as Attorney General, Eric Holder argued that private citizens had no right to data encryption or "anonymizing" features such as reason he was called a "personal privacy nightmare" by a CNET editor and other advocates for on-line security....

    The old argument was "if you're not doing anything wrong than you have nothing to hide".... but the same could be said for prohibiting locks on your doors and eliminating the need for search warrants...

    The fact that this kind of thing does exist in other countries is yet another example of the exceptional nature of the American system and how so many other cultures so-easily accept their place as subjects of an all-powerful State...

  • 3 weeks ago

    If it were illegal data would be easy to steal dumbass. Everything is encrypted. You connection to this website probably is.

  • 3 weeks ago

    I am pretty sure if you knew how ridiculous that question sounded, you wouldn't have asked it in the first place.  Data encryption works at every level in the Internet now, actually preventing many many cyber crimes.  Any address that starts with "https://" is encrypted. 

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  • 3 weeks ago

    No. People have a right to privacy.

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