USA: World’s best hackers talk privacy at Black Hat
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SOT, Mark Jaycox, Legislative Analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (in English): “For the domestic policy, my big fear is that we are going to have a world with neither; with no security and no privacy as a result of these things.”
SOT, Mark Jaycox, Legislative Analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (in English): “It is very difficult to have a perfect big data analytic system; and we have seen that time and time again and the NSA revelations. And I think this reliance on this big data and the reliance on this mass surveillance maybe is at the expense of traditional investigative techniques.”
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Mark Jaycox, Legislative Analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, spoke at the 17th annual Black Hat Convention in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Speaking during his presentation entitled ‘Nobody is Listening to Your Phone Calls. A Debate and Discussion on the NSA’s Activities,’ Jaycox said the unveiling of NSA mass surveillance sparked fear in him that the world soon have no privacy or security left. Jaycox added that NSA revelations have shown that reliance on “big data” has come to substitute “traditional investigative techniques.”
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