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 June 1, 2015  Business, Surveillance

Rob Lever reports:

 Before the National Security Agency began complaining about being shut out of encrypted devices, it helped develop software for secure communications that could be adapted by the private sector.

That technology is hitting the public this month in the form of a smartphone application called Scrambl3 from a California startup which claims its “dark Internet tunnel” thwarts snooping on voice calls and messages.

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