Didn't the US government already try to do this, like 2 decades or so ago?
Kevin Rudd might actually have made a good PM if he'd not got stabbed in the back before he'd had half a chance.
I lived in Oz during the Howard era. Abbott's making him look pretty good.
It's not just encryption. Governments adore overly-broad laws in general. This makes everyone guilty of something. Then governments can just prosecute anybody they don't like in a completely arbitrary fashion.
That's completely orthogonal to my point. But thanks for playing.
Doesn't sound like cygwin has changed much in the last 10 years. Thanks for the trip down memory lane--I think.
Contractual clauses which violate US law are null and void in that country as well.
You can tell where the centre of *mass* is just by looking at it? Cool, wish I could do that.
And you're adding to the discussion exactly how? People are allowed to, you know, express their opinions and stuff.
At this rate, we'll see a story about the hypervisor floppy-disk vulnerability in... December.
Are you including checkin, security, bag drop/pickup, and getting to and from the airports? Didn't think so.
Even a stopped (analogue) clock is right twice a day.
Why is parent modded Off-Topic? It's spot-on.
The problem is that you do not have perfect knowledge, and neither do I.