Chris Duckett has written an interesting article that describes the inability of law enforcement agencies and other government spies to read your personal data. It describes the ridiculous paranoia of these agencies concerning their own citizens’ rights to privacy.
Duckett also writes, “After having their privacy and security surreptitiously broken down for years, there are early signs that users may be getting some of their precious privacy back. It’s been a long time coming, and despite the hyperbolic cries of those who exploited the arrangements, this is nothing but good news.”
The article is available at http://goo.gl/io5ewb.
How did law enforcement ever solve crimes before the era of electronic communications?