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 May 1, 2010  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Andy Greenberg discusses the newly report on wiretapping, with a focus on how often encryption became an issue:

As encryption technologies have outpaced the mathematical methods of breaking crypto schemes, law enforcement has feared for years that scrambled messages between evildoers (or law-breaking activists) would thwart their snooping. But it seems that either lawbreakers aren’t using encryption, or those privacy tools simply don’t work.

Read more on Forbes.

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