OpenBSD Journal

No Backdoor-for-Crypto Legislation in the U.S.?

Contributed by Dengue on from the clearer-heads dept.

knomevol writes : "WASHINGTON -- Sen. Judd Gregg has abruptly changed his mind and will no longer seek to insert backdoors into encryption products.,2100,47635,00.html "

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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Changing his mind now is fine, but the concept has already been laid on the table again. You think Feinstein and/or Hatch won't pick it up again? Time to find a nice apartment on Dagobah.

  2. By knomevol () on

    A spokesman for Sen. Judd Gregg, Republican of New Hampshire, has announced that the Senator has abandoned his stance in pushing legislation that would give law enforcement entities a "master key," granting full backdoor access to all encryption products made in the United States.


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