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I like to read arguments like this. No really.
How do you expect encryption to become stronger unless you try to break it? How do you expect safes to be *safe* without trying to open them?
Your argument is like that of the medeival doctors who couldn't open a dead body for medical study.
As for sale to the general public (lockpicking et al). I thought there was the concept of freedom of speech? Or is that freedom of speech except where the listener doesn't like what is being said or we don't really like the person saying it?
I do martial arts. In the context of my art I own hand weapons (not firearms) and many books both modern and old
on the subject. Should I burn all my books as they *may* show someone how to stab someoneelse? Maybe I should be classified as a lethal weapon and removed from the general public. After all, you never know do you?