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Re: So then encryption means nothing?
said by Killersaurus:Gen. Petraeus was the director of the CIA and held other high level positions. Not really the best example as he'd certainly be under far more scrutiny than the average citizen.
Ask youself how the FBI got access to General Petraeus' gmail account so quickly and easily. Nope, no collaboration there between Goog and the feds.
"War does not determine who is right; only who is left." - Bertrand Russell
"Patriots always talk of dying for their country and never of killing for their
country." - Bertrand Russell
He was still using the same email service as us non-CIA directors. So the government can get your email if they want it, you're just hoping they don't want yours.