Re: Anymore proof needed that
>But why bother with the public debate on such policies when the hardware is already capable of delivering the goods?
It's called "disinformation."
It even seeped into the article itself. Eg: "It should probably be noted that Microsoft itself isn't exactly best buddies with the US intelligence community either these days."
Of course the author is aware that U$/M$'s little PR exercise (which M$ is INEVITABLY ultimately going to "win") has NOTHING to do with "the US intelligence community" and that national police services are not intelligence agencies.