The Null Device
The British government (the only Western democracy to require ISPs to have
back doors accessible to the security services) has passed legislation
to be licensed
. They say this wasn't their intention, but nonetheless it
is on the books.
It'll probably be a useful tool to ensure compliance;
sysadmins who are slow in handing over passwords or too eager to tell their
users that they're being watched could find themselves struck off the register.
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