Nickjet45 t1_je6peze wrote

Presumably no,

A back door for one person, is a back door for everyone. Companies who are serious about security, understand this and don’t have back doors.

NSA does have tools to brute force encryptions, but they take time and can be patched out (assuming it’s a software, not hardware, solution.)


Nickjet45 t1_iwt37xd wrote

I know meta doubled their headcount, Amazon usually has around 15,000 interns (2021 numbers). 75% of them get an offer, let’s say only 60% accept. (I.e 60% return to full time, probably higher but can’t confirm.)

That’s 9000/year. Factor in industry hire and new grad hire, wouldn’t be surprised if they were hiring 15,000/year.