David Wagner wrote:
This does sound like it introduces novel risks.  I would suggest that
rather than spending too much energy on the cryptomath, it would make
sense to focus energy on the systems issues and the security requirements.
Very interesting read. These topics are being discussed, but the proposed solutions are basically 'policies' but no actual mechanisms to enforce those policies are being defined. For example, privacy is not really an issue because the owner can opt to deactivate the service. How? By sending a signed letter to the SO or DENATRAN who then will dutifully disable the device.

We'll see how things develop, but probably there will be more outcries about this legislation once the deadline gets even closer and public awareness rises....


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