cyptography

Next up: Police can now search your unlocked car without a warrant
  • Friend:yeah encryption gives people a reasonable expectation of privacy :|a which means if your stuff is encrypted then it's private. but passwords don't afford the same security.
  • and that's super nifty that apple can't do it themselves actually.
  • I'M ALL FOR MORE PRIVACY IN OUR ELECTRONICS \o/;
  • Mirth:Wonder if the law's the same on that in Canada. I'd assume so but.
  • Friend:idk you guys might be better.
  • our laws just haven't caught up with technology.
  • it's actually super frustrating.
  • Mirth:Considering the general state of technology in our government I am going to guess that no we are not even remotely better.
  • They can't even figure out websites.
  • Friend:sob
  • Mirth:Canada
  • Canada implements key disclosure by broad interpretation of "existing interception, search and seizure and assistance procedures";[8] in a 1998 statement, Cabinet Minister John Manley explained, "warrants and assistance orders also apply to situations where encryption is encountered — to obtain the decrypted material or decryption keys."[9]
  • Friend:...... cry
  • Mirth:/sigh
  • Friend::'(
  • MORE PRIVACY IN OUR ELECTRONICS PLZ
  • Mirth:"The Court of Appeal for Ontario has ruled that if a cellphone is not password-protected, police making an arrest can search it without a warrant."
  • Friend:............
  • man even our cops can't do that
  • Mirth:Welcome to canada \o/