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#NewWorldNextWeek: Episode241 – Breaking Encryption, America’s Pope, Library of Things

Episode241 - Breaking Encryption, America's Pope, Library of ThingsWelcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: The White House Thinks It Can Make a Deal With Companies to Break Encryption
Obama Faces Growing Momentum to Support Widespread Encryption
i9-11: US Government Ready with a "Patriot Act" for the Internet
Larry Lessig for President 2016

Story #2: Pope’s Visit Poses a Security Test for New York
Time Warner Cable Plans Channel Dedicated to Pope Francis’ Visit
Where is Pope Francis? A Schedule of His U.S. Visit Sep22-27
GLADIO, Pope Assassination, CIA

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek: Libraries Embracing Maker Movement, Offering Patrons Use of 3D Printers and More
Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy
U.S. Navy Agrees to Ease Off Sonar Kills Whales, Dolphins
DuPont to Face First Trial Over C-8 Exposure
Ahmed Mohamed Is Silicon Valley’s New Hero
Why Winning the ‘Dancing Baby Lawsuit’ a Win For Fair Use and the Web
Millions of Americans Who Avoid Banks Offer a Peek at the Underground Economy

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  1. [And, because this are important warnings, I’ll also copy-paste here the following comment I’ve left on]

    (Some very serious warnings…)

    1. The US government can already decrypt whatever they want to:

    And, pay attention to revelations concerning “bugdoors” present in cryptographic software, like the “Heartbleed” bug:

    2. Also, every proprietary (/”non-open source”) computer operating system – like Windows, iOS, and such (and, even partially “open source” operating systems, like Android) – can have backdoors already installed in it, from the source, without people having the practical means to even know it. And, in fact, ever since the later versions of Windows 95 (when people started to seriously use the “World Wide Wiretap”) that Windows is suspected of having a backdoor in it:

    So, if you’re not using one of the main GNU/Linux distributions, without any proprietary (/”closed source”) software installed, you can forget about security.


    If you really want to send messages not supposed to be read by the powers-that-be, forget about using the Internet – and, even computers with new Intel chips, for that matter:

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