­čçę­čç¬EU-Kommission plant keine "generelle Schw├Ąchung, direkte oder indirekte Verschl├╝sselungsverbote f├╝r alle B├╝rger wie z.B. durch Einbau von Hintert├╝ren", so die Antwort auf eine Anfrage besorgter Abgeordneter.

­čçČ­čçž: EU Commission tells concerned MEPs it is not planning to "generally weaken, directly or indirectly ban for all citizens, such as through the introduction of 'back doors'", .

@echo_pbreyer Joa, aber (Strafverfolgungs-)Beh├Ârden m├╝ssen im "Fall der F├Ąlle" in E2E Verschl├╝sselung gucken k├Ânnen... xD

@mmu_man @echo_pbreyer The whole point of that letter seems to just be the same daft idea: that we can create some kind of magical "lawful access" to E2EE that doesn't result in an effective backdoor.

@mmu_man @echo_pbreyer Yea, I mean if the commission think they can create a mathematical algorithm that can deduce the intentions of the person using it, then that's a breakthrough that's much bigger than magic backdoors, it would change everything. Come on Commish, publish your research, earn that Field's Medal

@seachaint @echo_pbreyer or maybe that's what quantum encryption is about: it's both encrypted and not ­čśŤ

@mmu_man @echo_pbreyer I thought that was just Google/WhatsApp's backup system

@echo_pbreyer and of course we can totally trust the EU commission why would they lie ­čśé­čśé­čśé

@echo_pbreyer and of course it's a joke! ­čśé Everything is backdoored. Don't believe me? set up a BIOS password, enter a wrong one 3 times, you get a hash... Enter the hash here and see how effective is setting a BIOS PWD ­čśę

@echo_pbreyer well, and still they push eTLS with fixed DH keys so the middleboxes still can decrypt the traffic.

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