There has been much written about the new German hacker-tool law, which went into effect earlier this month. Dark Reading has the most interesting speculation: Many security people say the law is so flawed and so broad and that no one can really comply with it. "In essence, the way the laws are phrased now, there is no way to ever comply... even as a non-security company," says researcher Halvar Flake, a.k.a. Thomas Dullien, CEO and head of research at Sabre Security. "If I walked into a store n[...]

via New German Hacking Law