What's more, the company's also pledged to not cooperate with surveillance requests from law enforcement, nor will it compromise the service's integrity by introducing a "backdoor" for the FBI.
That's a mighty strong stance to take against Uncle Sam, but Janke's not concerned. If the United States government does eventually prove an impediment, he's ready to move Silent Circle's shop to a locale that understands "...every [citizens'] right to communicate... without the fear of it being... used by criminals, stored by governments, and aggregated by companies that sell it."
Ironmouth: There's nothing dumber than a phone with unbreakable security. Its like Osama bin Laden's compound--the fact that it wasn't hooked up to the outside world is the giveaway. Similarly a phone the cops can't read once they get a warrant? Talk about knowing you've hit the jackpot as an investigator. You'll draw more attention, not less.
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