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NSA Director: If I Say 'Legal Framework' Enough, Will It Convince You Security People To Shut Up About Our Plan To Backdoor Encryption?

From TechDirt, by Mike Masnick, Feb 2015

Admiral Mike Rogers, the NSA Director, has barely been on the job for a year, and so far he’d mostly avoided making absolutely ridiculous statements that his predecessor General Keith Alexander was known for. 1,080 more words

Tyranny

American government's answer to privacy concerns -- Trust us!


Women sense my power and they seek the life essence…But, I do deny them my essence, Mandrake.

The National Security Agency director, Mike Rogers…sought to calm a chorus of doubts about the government’s plans to maintain built-in access to data held by US technology companies, saying such “backdoors” would not be harmful to privacy, would not fatally compromise encryption and would not ruin international markets for US technology products.

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Politics

Scaling your business - the 3 Fundamental Barriers to Scaling any company

Building your business can be extremely rewarding and fulfilling.

For many it can be extremely lucrative.

For others it can be a nightmare.

Does every employee you hire, every customer you acquire, and every expansion you drive actually make you tired? 725 more words

Strategy

ISIS and Others Deserve 'More Than Talking Points' New Group Says

DES MOINES, Iowa–A new group challenged Iowans to ask tough questions of 2016 presidential candidates when it comes to foreign policy. But its leader denied this is just a plan to get Republicans ready to take on Hillary Clinton. 323 more words

News

Rogers Plans Announcement In Iowa This Afternoon

(WLNS) – Former Congressman Mike Rogers made a lot of people stop and take a second look when he said he was going to make an announcement today in Iowa. 119 more words

News

Grayson to Submit New Request to Read 28 Secret Pages on 9/11

Congressman Alan Grayson, one of three representatives who last week joined the growing movement to declassify a 28-page finding on foreign government support of the September 11th hijackers, told  544 more words