The NYPD is spending $390 million on a new, encrypted radio system ( gothamist.com )

The NYPD is spending $390 million on a new radio system that will encrypt officers’ communications — reversing a near-century-old practice of allowing the public and the press to listen to police dispatches.

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spudwart ,
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But I thought you said E2E encryption a danger to national security, hmm?

You said you wanted a backdoor, didn’t you?

If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear, right? Right?

Standard double standard bullshit.

Chozo ,
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When did the NYPD say any of that, though?

I think you're confusing them for another org.

ikanreed ,

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7921707/NYPD-running-10million-forensics-lab-dedicated-cracking-iPhones.html

Sorry for the daily mail link, but:

New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance (pictured above) has been an outspoken critic of Apple's end-to-end encryption policy, saying 'they have taken away one of our best sources of information. Just because they say so.'

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