posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 11:52 AM
Originally posted by eLPresidente
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Would someone mind informing me how they plan to enforce restrictions on agencies like the NSA?
Does this mean we need to create new agencies just to police the old agencies? And in a few years, a new agency to police the police?
I probably sound cynical right now.
But really I'm just curious because I don't see any clear cut ways to solve this specific problem.
Not at this point after all of this equipment has been developed, manufactured, and distributed. And new stuff is invented all the time which improves
hacking abilities etc.
I grant you this is a step forward and I agree 100% you know I do.
But really this is like the Hydra, these very same "Intelligence Agencies" get tons of "funding" from the illicit black markets among many other
sources we rarely look into. With their insider info they can run all the rackets, and they probably do.
We will need to eliminate the black markets by shifting the legal framework they have manifested out of into something reasonable.
We could also focus on using organized crime law since it actually applies directly.
Also we need to focus on open source technology where we can make sure there are no back doors. And if there are 'back doors for snooping' we can
develop better protections from their exploitation.
Need a strong focus on anti-hacker technology, stronger encryption methods etc.
Eventually all of the stuff being used today will become obsolete and outmoded, and the spying paradigm might possibly be staved off at least for a
few more decades.
Maybe there is a way to beat this monster after all. But we are going to have to take a multi-pronged approach or else it will be easily subverted.