[ISN] Kyl releases report on Crime/Terror/Internet

From: mea culpa (jerichoat_private)
Date: Sun Nov 15 1998 - 13:09:08 PST

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    Forwarded From: "Jay D. Dyson" <jdysonat_private>
    Originally From: John Young <jyaat_private>
    Senator Kyl has issued a long report, "Crime, Terror &
    War: National Security and Public Safety in the Information
    Age," which recounts his Subcommittee's hearings and 
    recommendations on encryption, Y2K, terrorism, info war,
    domestic preparedness, wiretap, and more:
       http://jya.com/ctw.htm  (97K)
    It describes a plan to combat threats to critical infrastructure
    and the US homeland which, if implemented, would criminalize
    much held dear to a few of this list's subscribers; other lurkers
    will be overjoyed to read Kyl coming to the rescue of careers 
    and budgets of MIB and their suppliers of technologies of
    political control. 
    He wants DoD to get cracking on domestic protection, move over 
    piddling LEA. Civil liberties, nonsense. Crypto genie out of the bottle, 
    more nonsense. Getting government access to encrypted 
    communications, you bet. Through commercial products, yep.
    Thanks to FT for forwarding.
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