posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 06:51 AM
Well, that's assuming that you brute-force attack but ISPs retain all information regardless on what you do and so does the government. Yeah, Google
for example is upping their security because of public interest discovered that they are sharing info with the NSA but that's not going to stop them
from sharing private information if required by law.
You are still guilty no matter what you do with a VPN no matter how well encrypted it is (assuming you do something shady). The government will
require whatever company to divulge all information about you if they need to but only if that company is hosted where US has jurisdiction.
You can have 99999bytes of encryption but that won't protect you one bit. Even if said government can't get another country to comply, then they can
just throw you in a cell for not giving out your password. Pleading the 5th just means guilty in the new USA and the NDAA can be used against you
regardless what the constitution says.