Feinstein wants to ban crypto again

Senator Dianne Feinstein is introducing a bill that attempts to ban the use of strong cryptography in the US. Link.

She supported crypto bans in the 1990s. I was a constituent of hers then, wrote her with my concerns, and her canned reply was a basic “FU, we need balance, blah blah.”

Now she’s at it again.

Q: Feinstein is a lying and puppeted sack of crap, one of the worst things to happen to civil liberties since J Edgar Hoover, and can’t leave office soon enough. Discuss.

Oh yeah, call your senator. Do that.

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4 Responses to Feinstein wants to ban crypto again

  1. robert says:

    Is she happy to transfer credit-card and bank-data practically in clear-text? What “encryption” would be allowable? ROT-13, better ROT-26?

    I guess if this went through, SSL encryption would have to go away. No more online commerce and banks would have to start transferring _data_ in locked boxes again?

  2. MikeA says:

    What if my senator _is_ DiFi? (or her shadow, Boxer?) Just screwed, I guess.

    But if she and her hubby succeed in making education pretty much out of reach for most folks, there won’t be so much discussion.

  3. Jon Ziegler says:

    Feinstein is my senator. Wrote her multiple times about her unacceptable positions on crypto. Never anything but a canned reply. Definitely a tool of the spook community. Soooo needs to retire.

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