Published on Apr 30, 2013
A United States government task force is formulating legislation that will give companies no other choice but to find a way for federal agencies such as the FBI to spy on the online communications of millions of Americans. The task force wants Internet companies to give law enforcement agencies backdoor access to customers’ account, and if the legislation becomes law businesses that don’t comply could face stiff penalties for not facilitating the monitoring of Internet activity. To discuss what this could mean for Internet users, Hemanshu Nigam, founder of SSP Blue, gives us his take on the proposed legislation. . . . Description published w/video.