Say it ain’t so, Joe. How can that be? Consider the source. Chris Matyszczyk on the strange survey:
As with all humans, there were contradictions. 55.5% believed that their data was safe if it was encrypted in the cloud. Oddly, 65.2% agreed that hackers could access confidential data even if it’s encrypted.
Apple came in #1, right?
Instead, it was Google. Followed by Apple? No, it was followed by Amazon, and then Apple.
That’s two. Any other questions with odd answers?
The question was this: “Should US law enforcement be able to break encryption to access data (also known as having ‘backdoor’ access) that may help them solve cases?”
Simply put, people don’t know what the hell they’re talking about.