The FCC and DOJ are trying to kill a major part of the internet’s security, according to cybersecurity experts and an industry trade group.
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— American Computer Emergency Response Team (@ACERT) December 13, 2017The DOJ is also trying to eliminate the use of a cryptographic key that’s supposed to protect your data from hackers.
The US Government has been using a widely-used encryption technology called RSA for years to encrypt communications.
The technology, which is also called ECC, is supposed to be used by businesses and government agencies to protect sensitive information and information that’s sent to them electronically.
But it is used by the private sector as well.
It has been used by banks and companies to store financial transactions, for example, and to store sensitive financial information on their servers.
For decades, companies like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft have been using ECC to store user data securely on servers that they use for internal use.
But when the FBI launched an investigation into the encryption, the FBI said that it had been using the technology for years, and that it was designed to prevent data from being decrypted.
In January 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to ban the use ECC for data stored on servers.
In March, the DOJ issued a report recommending that the use be outlawed.
The decision to ban encryption is particularly significant because the FBI is one of the only federal agencies that has the authority to require encryption for communications that it is investigating.
The FBI also had a significant role in the creation of the ECC encryption standard, which was created by the US government in 2001.
However, the decision to block encryption has not stopped the government from using it, despite the FBI being one of its main sources of data for law enforcement.
The FBI’s use of ECC has been in the news recently after the FBI raided a storage facility owned by an online storage company in May, searching for a private encryption key.
The storage facility was also used by other online storage companies to sell encryption keys for use by law enforcement agencies.
The agency did not disclose what encrypted data was stored at the storage facility.
However, a document obtained by The Washington Post described a search of a server and a hard drive that contained an encrypted copy of a Microsoft Office document.
The documents also said the company had not used ECC.
The company’s CEO, James Martin, was not immediately available for comment.