Null Privacy

This is an interesting article i’ve been meaning to post for a while

No email privacy rights under Constitution, US gov claims | The Register

Apparently the US Government believes that if you send your data unencrypted through an ISP then you have no reasonable right to privacy and they can come and take it, read it, laugh at it and… well, lets just say I wouldn’t be sending any ‘private’ photographs if I were you.

Don’t get any ideas about encrypting your mail and claiming expectation of privacy then though.  Remember, only Terrorists and Criminals use encryption.  The government said so.

In the words of Bill Hicks: Go back to sleep America, the government is in control.


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