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Cameron has been on a constant assault on our internet privacy recently and his thoughts on outright banning some forms of encryption are outright disturbing.

If you value your current internet privacy. DO. NOT. DO. IT
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As opposed to Labour, who will constantly intrude on our privacy in general.
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I'm intelligent, so I'm not voting Conservative.

I'm voting Tory instead.
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I am not voting conservatives but I have no problem with secrets services checking up on me as I am doing nothing wrong. The people most opposed to this level of security are those who view child pornography or terror propaganda. If it keeps our streets safe I have no problem with it. Clearly you are commiting illegal searches.
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(Original post by Hippysnake)
I'm intelligent, so I'm not voting Conservative.

I'm voting Tory instead.
Did you build a time machine so you can vote for a party that was dissolved in 1834?
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Take that as a no on the source front then


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Did you build a time machine so you can vote for a party that was dissolved in 1834?
Yes, because I am intelligent. I thought I mentioned that already.
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Yes, because I am intelligent. I thought I mentioned that already.
Fair enough then.

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For those of you asking for a source.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...ssaging-terror

Banning encryption would make some internet services less secure - like online banking, as well as things like whatsapp. It's just unworkable.
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Take that as a no on the source front then


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http://www.theguardian.com/technolog...ti-terror-laws

http://www.theguardian.com/technolog...-ladar-levison

http://www.businessinsider.com/david...ple-pgp-2015-1

Sorry for delay.
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Politicians wanting to ban encryption is nothing new, and this issue has nothing to do with voting for a particular party. With politicians chasing public opinion they'll say just about anything to promote a 'fairer' or 'safer' society - except usually they have no real technical knowledge of how feasible something is. What do you think the average career politician knows about RSA, keys, 128bits or brute force attacks? Why should you respect what they have to say about some very technical issues?
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