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FAKE Google web SSL certificates tip-toe out from Indian authorities

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Difficult to solve does not equal impossible to solve

Difficult to solve does not equal impossible to solve.

Merkel was on to something with her idea to keep EU internet traffic within the non-Five-Eyes part of the EU -- just like most companies do already. Keep the traffic internal when you can.

Why trust so many? Why not have the option to only trust the part of the web located in countries where you have human rights and the protection of the law?

Sure it isn't fool proof, but nothing is. You own a car. It can be hacked. You still choose to own it, you're just careful where you park it.

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