8 thoughts on “Even Politicians Want to Use Skype”

  1. Good to see that technology makes everybody’s life easy! We should encourage to use inexpensive technologies in our daily life.

  2. I suspect Skype’s privacy policies may be the issue. It’s free, but it’s likely not going to pass congressional privacy compliance policies. Perhaps Congress is not too keen on that level of transparency. And does Skype really want to respond to all those Freedom of Information requests? Seems practical, however, for all but the military and HLS conferences. Just one citizen’s thoughts…

  3. I see a lot wrong with it as it is based on P2P and is totally insecure! I will add I work in the Video Conferencing business. Skype is great for personal use, not business or this!

  4. Totally insecure, my left elbow. If Skype is so secure that the German Bundeskriminalamt needs to circumvent it by physically installing keyloggers to crooks’ computers, it is darn well secure enough…

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