May 25, 2005

You are guilty until proven innocent

Why? Because I f*cking say so.

John Cole links to a story that should frighten the crap out of every law-abiding citizen in this country who, because he/she wanted to protect the personal information on his/her computer by encrypting it, can be judged as more likely to be guilty based the use of said encryption software. Excerpt:


"We find that evidence of appellant's Internet use and the existence of an encryption program on his computer was at least somewhat relevant to the state's case against him," Judge R.A. Randall wrote in an opinion dated May 3.

Oh really? Please feel free to kiss my bottom, as my hind end's exterior remains unencrypted.

Posted by Physics Geek at May 25, 2005 03:07 PM StumbleUpon Toolbar Stumble It!
Comments

I have nothing to hide except some minor personal embarrasment. I cannot wait to purchase my own copy of PGP now.

Posted by: Lycan at May 25, 2005 03:32 PM

I think I'll buy 12. Assholes.

Posted by: physics geek at May 25, 2005 05:45 PM