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Old 04-03-2016, 02:52 PM   #8
gymgenius
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Originally Posted by iamawaveofthesea View Post
its a tricky one isn't it?

apple are in that struggle with the FBI at the moment over encryption

perosnally i believe that its all wide open already because apple are part of the corporate network and the corporate network has planned backdoors into their tech from the beginning because a major part of the tech is to spy on the populace but to sugar coat the technology as entertainment or as social necessity

the tech is in effect a backdoor into our lives


My ipad has a complex passcode, is set to wipe itself after five attempts, and never leaves the house...but the big thing is the Internet Connection Record aspect of the Investigatory Powers Bill.

I guess the best we could do is hope to make that data collection as complex as possible by renewing / trying to force a change of IP address quite regularly. Unless a side-effect of the legislation might be that all ISPs start giving their customer's static IP addresses...in which case, I'll go and do all my surfing parked up outside the local McDonald's!

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