Aug 142012
 August 14, 2012  Posted by  Misc

An Internet privacy veteran and inventor of a popular email encryption scheme is launching a suite of new products next month that will allow people to scramble their mobile phone calls, e-mails, text messages and Internet voice and video calls.

Phil Zimmermann, creator of the standard email encryption known as PGP, which stands for ‘Pretty Good Privacy’, will roll out the private, encrypted communications tools on September 17 through his company, Silent Circle.

The software will be available for download to iPhones, Androids, desktops and laptops worldwide, and will give customers the ability to scramble their mobile and Internet voice calls and messages, including those conducted via Skype and FaceTime.

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