Re: [perpass] Egal wie man diskutiert

Hannes Tschofenig <hannes.tschofenig@gmx.net> Sat, 07 December 2013 18:16 UTC

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Subject: Re: [perpass] Egal wie man diskutiert
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The good thing is that Jörg Ziercke is not the only person to decide.

To quote Bruce Schneier:
"
The FBI believes it can have it both ways: that it can open systems to
its eavesdropping, but keep them secure from anyone else’s
eavesdropping. That’s just not possible. It’s impossible to build a
communications system that allows the FBI surreptitious access but
doesn’t allow similar access by others. When it comes to security, we
have two options:
- We can build our systems to be as secure as possible from
eavesdropping, or
- we can deliberately weaken their security.
We have to choose one or the other.
"

Ciao
Hannes


On 12/06/2013 05:01 PM, SM wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> At 03:30 06-12-2013, Andreas Kuckartz wrote:
>> Jörg Ziercke, the president of the German Federal Criminal Office (BKA)
>> three weeks ago suggested to restrict the right to use Tor by requiring
>> the registration of users.
>
> Here is an (unverified) comment from someone working for the BKA:
>
> "Egal wie man diskutiert, man muss sich hier entscheiden, ob man den
> Ermittlungserfolg will oder nicht."
>
>> Standards can not solve such political and legal attempts to attack the
>> privacy and security of users.
>>
>> But that should not prevent the development of standards which disable
>> mass surveillance when those standards are deployed.
>
> The short answer is yes.
>
> Regards,
> -sm
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