The top members of the Senate Intelligence Committee are drafting a bill that would prohibit encryption technology that is unbreakable by authorities, according to the Associated Press. Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the ranking Democrat, are finalizing the draft, which also requires technology companies to help provide authorities with access to encrypted cell phones or computers when they obtain a warrant. "No individual or company is above the law," the senators said in a joint statement. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), an outspoken advocate of cyber privacy rights, pushed back against the proposal, saying it would force "American companies to build a backdoor" into their devices. Doesn't this go against involuntary servitude? Sorry but if your not locked up in prison you should not be forced hand over anything to the government. Sounds like Dianne Feinstein is starting to creep her way into the republican party by getting some to support this bill that forces involuntary servitude on non criminals. What else do you expect when it comes to the rhino GOP anyways? If this bill goes though it will only prove who we should never vote for again. Seems they are having struggles with taking away our second amendment, by Americans buying guns in record numbers. When that fails they will just simply find another amendment to destroy.
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