A few days ago, I asked what would happen if VOIP makers just added a plug-in model that would allow people to attach their own codec plugin, thus freeing the VOIP makers from the potential of the government forcing them to open up "back doors" to their systems.
Well, it appears that the answer is the FBI can force you to stop using the software
I wonder. If I write someone a postcard and encrypt it using a Little Orphan Annie Decoder Badge
, how long before the government considers that to be an illegal act?