Mac Developer: Kazakhstan will require internet surveillance back doors
Kazakhstan will require internet surveillance back doors Want to know why it's a bad idea for the government to ask for back door access to your data? Here's why. As of January 1st, Kazakhstan will require the presence of a "national security certificate" on every internet-capable device in the country.
Isn't it great you don't have a way to delete the system-installed trusted root certificates on the iPhone? Between the proliferation of drones and these great unix devices, can we now just be clear that the conditions for the Skynet robot overlords are now in place?
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