Aren't we supposed to let ninety nine guilty men go free then suffer one innocent man in jail? It isn't supposed to be an easy job for the DoJ. If they want to send a man to prison for life then they really need to work for it, and holding back evidence is morally wrong.
Well, obviously H. Clinton isn't as good at her job as she keeps saying she is. After all, if she had nothing to hide about the quality of her work then there wouldn't have been any reason to keep her emails secure from FOIA requests.
So.. can the Judge simply not allow any lawyer who didn't go through the required ethics training the privilege of practicing law in his courtroom? Sounds like Contempt of Court to me.. how long are they going to have to spend in jail before they comply?
This makes no sense! I thought Copyright was there to enrich the creators heirs after their death? How could Dweezil's siblings even THINK about denying him his hard earned residual income? Think of the children for God's sake!
Ah but don't you see. If they ban the importing of open source encryption then US Citizens would have no other choice but to use encryption that has been made in the US.. and has those wonderful back doors that others in the government insist need to be there to make us more secure.
Almost makes me wish that something would go down that would require the FBI to investigate. I wonder what the FBI would be saying when they can't conduct their investigation because the public government records were deleted?
Given how much press coverage was had over when Obama first came into office and him having to jump through hoops to get his beloved Blackberry approved for use because of encryption reasons.. I can't see how he would want to make it any easier for malicious actors to get into the Presidential Smartphone..
We need to slap material support charges on every single Congressional Representative, member of the Executive Branch, and Judicial branch then because I am almost positive that ISIS uses their websites to keep abreast of what they are doing.