Actually, I'd say unless you have a government bent on controlling the news
That's like finding a hog not bent on rolling in mud.
There are encrypted GSM phones with end-to-end encryption when talking to a similar phone. They're overpriced and hard to buy, but available. The source code is available so you can see how it works. It's classic Diffie-Hellman 4096-bit key exchange to establish a session key, followed by 256-bit AES encryption for the data.
It's too bad OpenMoko tanked. That was a totally open source phone down to the hardware level. That plus Cryptophone-compatible code would have been trustworthy.
If you find it you can use the natural form.
Whatever you do, make sure it looks good on a resumé. You're now relatively inefficient to the company that employs you.
> Creating cDNA is not a creative act.
Umm your sentence is self-contradictory.
It was actually good news for Myriad, not just non-terrible news. While they did lose some parts of their patent, the core test is still protected.
In addition the way the decision was stated settles the entire field of biotech patents in such a way as to give certainty that there will be lots of opportunity for patentable inventions in the field, AND that R&D activities on isolated human DNA will be able to continue without threat of patent suits.
It isn't just Myriad stock that is up today. The stock market index for the WHOLE BIOTECH INDUSTRY is up substantially.
This is really a great decision that benefits everyone, in the following ways.
1. Isolated DNA is not patentable. This allows R&D on DNA to proceed unencumbered.
2. Commercial development of technologies using synthetic DNA derivatives for useful products is encouraged by allowing patent coverage.
I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them. -- Isaac Asimov