Thursday, April 23, 2015


I see where the DHS Secretary and others are unhappy as the use of uncrackable -- or uncrackable without massive effort -- encryption spreads.  Certainly, it does make their lives harder, and usually, that's not a good thing, because usually, they really are trying to stop terrorists and criminals.

But every time I think of the government pawing through my information without so much as a by your leave, which they seem to with some regularity.... I see an article like this, and I smile.

Who would have thought that thanks to the grabby ways of our government, I'd have something in common with drug cartels? 

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