Yahoo exec goes mano a mano with NSA direc­tor over crypto back­doors


Alex Stamos: “Thank you, Admi­ral. My name is Alex Stamos, I’m the CISO for Yahoo!. … So it sounds like you agree with Direc­tor Comey that we should be buil­ding defects into the encryp­tion in our products so that the US govern­ment can decrypt…

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AS: We’ll agree to disa­gree on that. So, if we’re going to build defects/back­doors or golden master keys for the US govern­ment, do you believe we should do so — we have about 1.3 billion users around the world — should we do for the Chinese govern­ment, the Russian govern­ment, the Saudi Arabian govern­ment, the Israeli govern­ment, the French govern­ment? Which of those coun­tries should we give back­doors to?

MR: So, I’m not gonna… I mean, the way you framed the ques­tion isn’t desi­gned to elicit a response.

— Arstech­nica

Nos États construisent leur propre défaite. Au lieu de promou­voir une sécu­rité à toute épreuve, qui ne peut qu’être favo­rable à la démo­cra­tie, ils encou­ragent l’idée qu’il est normal qu’un État fouille et écoute tout sur simple requête.

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