Google Expedites Data Encryption

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jgottberg

Ummm... Google? Please see about 4 stories up on MPC. You're scramble to encrypt is an exercise in futility.

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jgottberg

double postage

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vrmlbasic

What is the point of this, of encrypting the data as it is piped through Google's infrastructure, when Google gives our data to the NSA on a "silver platter" anyhow? They worked out a deal with the feds concerning their forced HTTPS, why would this be any different?

Isn't Google currently embroiled in a lawsuit where they contend that their reading of email is legitimate and that there is no "reasonable expectation of privacy" for communication across the internet?

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AFDozerman

None of this matters if AES has a backdoor built into it already.

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Engelsstaub

Though I've no "reason" to encrypt my info I do so on principle. FDE on my laptop and most external HDDs simply because I can. Ironically I don't encrypt the drive I store all my BD and DVD rips on lol. I have a VPN but it's of very limited utility to me.

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Bucket_Monster

If nothing else, it prevents the average person/thief from combing through your personal files and data.

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number2

What good is that? All they have to do is give the encryption key to the government. Are they doing this just to make me feel better? Are they using the encryption developed by the NSA like everyone else has for many years? So far everything from processors to operating systems to encryption has had a back door for the NSA for years. This isn't going to make me feel any better.

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Bucket_Monster

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