Australian Politics, Mark II


#4885

Indeed… there’d be no need for backdoors or de encryption, … or Encryption at all for that matter.


#4886

Least of all our elected officials


#4887

From the latin “Ad Hominem”?


#4888

Myki… MHR… centrelink robo-debt… finance guy paying $3k a month on his internet…

nah these guys know what they’re doing with technology, why would anyone be worried??


#4889

Nothing to hide nothing to fear


#4890

Police even tap their own as evidenced by the Lionel Murphy tapes.


#4891

After spending all day in parliament saying how bad the encryption bill is, at the last minute the ALP have abandoned their own amendments and passed it through the senate unchanged.

Hollowest of hollow men.


#4892

Watching the news, … ScuMo sounds like he’s getting fkn desperate and virtually channeling the Onion eater.

Had to turn it off, sickening.


#4893

Wtf.


#4894

This man is excited by this news


#4895

boggles


#4896

Cracks me up that people hack places like the farking Pentagon, but BSD reckons they can’t hack his phone. Very odd.


#4897

The shame is, it’s people like him who are the most vulnerable now


#4898

Wut?

Who fkn said that?


#4899

SloMo should apply the same logic and set up a federal ICAC then if they really believe that.


#4900

You.
You have been banging on for a while about not believing that hackers will be able to hack a back door on your phone OS.


#4901

#4902

Come on Ben, who’s going to believe those pinko left conspiracy theorists at the Economist?


#4903

Any one who is not a yuppy IT elitist


#4904

Is it too much to ponder that Labor were worried about being wedged on this with clueless, terrorist fearing pensioners? Surely these guys have been briefed on the risks that everyone is about to be exposed to?