Onus hit the nail on the head, I believe as well, every foreign country will dodge the United States as a plague nation when it comes to data storage. Of course this will have an impact on jobs. While this "Bill" seems to focus on encryption, it is just a smoke and mirror ploy to get unlimited access at any time by the government. Maybe Hillary Clinton should have used encryption with her latest e-mail fiasco. Oh wait, as soon as "most" encryption will be accessible, the American people can find out about all the little hidden games the politicians play anyway. Do they think they are above the law? The "Bill" they are proposing will expose them as well. In my opinion, and my opinion only, Data should be treated just like any other property. In must go through a "due process" and have a court order just like any other search warrant. If Feinstein thinks these "holes" in encryption will not be exploited, she really needs to sit down with a knowledgeable person in I.T. Securities. Please have her quit the sensationalism B.S. that gets her name in the papers. She appears to be clearly over her head here. Now we have politicians meddling with advanced mathematical algorithms. Lord have mercy.