Everyone is a proponent of strong encryption.
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Generally I'm against regulation.
While many hackers have the knowledge, skills, and tools to attack computer systems, they generally lack the motivation to cause violence or severe economic or social harm.
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While the vast majority of hackers may be disinclined towards violence, it would only take a few to turn cyber terrorism into reality.
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I prefer leaving things to the market as much as possible.
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I favor strategies that encourage industry to include some sort of key recovery capability in their systems which would also address user requirements for access.
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We have never really had absolute privacy with our records or our electronic communications - government agencies have always been able to gain access with appropriate court orders.
Systems are complex, so controlling an attack and achieving a desired level of damage may be harder than using physical weapons.
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Cyber terrorism could also become more attractive as the real and virtual worlds become more closely coupled, with automobiles, appliances, and other devices attached to the Internet.
Also Could Internet
Further, the next generation of terrorists will grow up in a digital world, with ever more powerful and easy-to-use hacking tools at their disposal.
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However, leaving everything to the market is not necessarily good for society.
I think most organizations have an interest in key recovery, at least with respect to stored data.
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