Encryption

UNDER the 1st Amendment (freedom of speech*), 4th Amendment (unreasonable searches**), and 2nd Amendment (right to bear arms***), the American people have a right to unbreakable encryption.

*American courts have again and again held that code is protected by freedom or speech & press.

** It’s unreasonable to allow a ‘back door’ into any encryption. If a ‘back door’ exists, it isn’t encrypted, it’s shamcrypted.

*** The American government classifies encryption as a munition. It’s non-lethal. Being non-lethal, there is no justification (as a ‘arm’) for depriving Americans of unbreakable encryption.

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