Federal Surveillance Backdoor in Facebook Messenger? Good Morning Liberty 11-30-18

November 30, 2018

The feds tried to order Facebook to secretly recode its messenger app to include a surveillance backdoor. On today’s Good Morning Liberty, Michael Boldin covers just what happened, and what’s next.

SHOW LINKS:
ACLU Wants Release of Secret Court Order Demanding Facebook Build Surveillance Backdoor
https://gizmodo.com/aclu-wants-release-of-secret-court-order-demanding-face-1830732015

ACLU Seeks Secret Ruling That Stopped Feds From Hacking Facebook Messenger
https://www.aclu.org/blog/privacy-technology/internet-privacy/aclu-seeks-secret-ruling-stopped-feds-hacking-facebook

How an Unhackable Email Service Protects Individuals against the State
https://centerforindividualism.org/how-an-unhackable-email-services-protects-individuals-against-the-state/

The apps to use if you want to keep your messages private
https://www.recode.net/2017/4/15/15297316/apps-whatsapp-signal-imessage-hacking-hackers-messages-privacy

Quote of the Day
https://twitter.com/TenthAmendment/status/1068535128052293633


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