August 16th, 2012
(RussiaToday) – Global cyber insecurity legislation being pushed worldwide is demanding everything from back doors and deep packet inspections on social networks.
Public anger is hearing up over draconian new cyber insecurity internet spying laws that are attacking citizens of the free world all over the globe,
Some examples of what is being demanded include mandating that social networking sites and online chat-providers build so-called back doors for law enforcement to spy on users which in America can be done without a warrant because of an arcane ruling that states information you share with a third party – such as your internet provider, your bank, your cell-phone company or the company that runs your favorite social networking site, isn’t protected by the Constitution from illegal search and seizure.
Governments are also demanding your internet provider and your favorite social networking sites – including as Google, Facebook and Twitter – all institute what’s known as “deep packet inspection” technology, which gives big brother the ability snoop record and data mine all of the data your computer sends out over the internet.
It goes without saying there have been a worldwide backlash against the politicians who continue to push these Orwellian policies by the shadow master’s keep drudging forward in their quest to implement a complete surveillance control grid which is already further along then most people realize.
RT reports on the latest developments below with Rebecca Bowe of the Electronic Frontier Foundation who discusses some of the broader implications of the matter.