Forces often seek to undermine and disrupt technology and people, attempting to weaken the very devices and services people have come to depend on and trust.
Think twice about what you connect to your network.
My goal is to urge our fellow citizens to participate in a conversation as a country about where we are, and where we want to be, with respect to the authority of law enforcement.
In our country, do we want to allow a means of communication between people which ... we cannot read?
It is disappointing, if not surprising, that they see a need for public debate only when new technologies may impair their ability to monitor us, and not when such technologies enhance their monitoring.
The reason HTTP/2.0 does not improve privacy is that the big corporate backers have built their business model on top of the lack of privacy.
Surveillance as a business model is the only thing that makes a site like Facebook possible.
If you are not paying for it, you're not the customer; you're the product being sold.
Gogo Inflight Internet seems to believe that they are justified in performing a man-in-the-middle attack on their users. It was [recently] revealed through the FCC that Gogo partnered with government officials to produce "capabilities to accommodate law enforcement interests" that go beyond those outlined under federal law.