[cryptography] what has the NSA broken?
Lodewijk andré de la porte
l at odewijk.nl
Fri Sep 6 15:31:55 EDT 2013
2013/9/6 ianG <iang at iang.org>
> Hmmm, curious. I haven't seen that. I would also suspect it breaks a lot
> of CPSs and user agreements. But no matter, they're all broken anyway.
A 'user agreement' is an agreement between a company and a 'user'. All
claims in it shall hold valid unless law dictates otherwise. Ask the NSA,
law does dictate otherwise. Note that the NSA is not bound by laws from
countries other than the USoA.
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