Did The U.S. Government Ask Linus Torvalds For A Backdoor?

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Linus Torvalds took part in a Q&A at the LinuxCon conference that just ended in New Orleans, LA.  He was asked whether the government asked him to build a backdoor to Linux. “No”, he responded, while shaking his head “Yes”.

Sean Michael Kerner has a story, on eWeek, you may find interesting. Here is the link.

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