Creativity and innovation will end up moving offshore where programmers outside the U.S. can develop technologies that are not required to address the onerous CALEA requirements. The U.S. companies will face competition from foreign providers who will enjoy an advantage.
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What you want to do is to teach students to use liberty responsibly, not take it away because you don't trust what they'll do with it. One thing you can do to guarantee that everyone in the school will want to see a site is to suspend someone over it.
Section 230 of the Communication Decency Act of 1996 made clear that interactive computer services could not be held liable as publishers or speakers of content posted by third parties. It also provides that no cause of action may be brought, and no liability may be imposed under any state or local law that is inconsistent with the section. And what he proposes is a state law that is inconsistent with that section.
It's a privileged escalation attack. On Windows you can have users with different privileges, and because of security weakness in the permissions of a folder, it allows a low-ranked user to act as a high-ranked user.
What they have done so far is a start, but it does not resolve all issues. Sony has fixed the immediate security flaw but there are other flaws. It is critical for Sony to do a robust notice campaign to make people aware of this.
This is an extraordinarily broad discovery request.
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