posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 04:54 AM
"What are they going to do?, make API's illegal, because any hacker worth his salt can write a custom program that can do the same job and it
will remain undetected for a while".
This goes back to the notion that code-writing software is going to have to be highly regulated, only available on certain computers at education
institutions and government institutions. All code writers will need to be closely watched sadly.
we are at a moment in time which we will never ever see again, right now, there are a bunch of people who would normally be outside the loop,
actually maintaining it. If these people realized how important it is for them to do for humanity what we all need to see, to provide evidence of the
ongoing illegality and fraud that is perpetrated against us by governments and security agencies, it would be the best chance we ever have of
realigning the playing field.
I was all for anon and the wikileaks movement, but what happened to that...nothing. This indicates that the movement failed, got hijacked, or was
simply a creation by vested interests, possibly even by the authority figures to reel in hackers.
Trying to outlaw a program that is readily available all over the net?
Yea, this poses a problem. I believe in the near-future there will be a UN call for this kind of legislation globally to remove these tools from the
internet, and highly regulate code writing software. Outlawing these programs would be less cost efficient and more invasive in regards to computer
and internet users.