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September 07, 2010

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Joseph

If DHS forces you to login to your laptop, as with the president of the NACDL, it doesn't matter if the contents are encrypted.

jimmy

Any professional who does not encrypt the entire contents of their business laptop is committing a crime. This way, if the laptop is ever lost, stolen, or appropriated, the information would not be exposed, even accidentally.

fadi

This is crucially wrong. Unvealing and exposing one's peronsal life is way beyond protection against terrorisim. this is a phopia. a deacease that the goverment must uproot from it's brain at once.

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