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stone_edwards

Bypassing encryption: 'Lawful hacking' is the next frontier of law enforcement ... - 1 views

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    Good article about lawful deciphers for "better" security
Derek Bruff

When it comes to internet privacy, be very afraid, analyst suggests | Harvard Gazette - 2 views

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    Here's a recent interview with security expert Bruce Schneier.
Derek Bruff

Edward Snowden (@Snowden) | Twitter - 0 views

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    Hey, check out Snowden's engaging Twitter feed.
Abbey Roberts

Personal Privacy Is Only One of the Costs of NSA Surveillance - 1 views

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    If you're writing about the rhetoric of the debate
saraatsai

Edward Snowden: The World Says No to Surveillance - 4 views

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    Because Snowden wrote it
parker718

Scorecard: How Many Rights Have Americans REALLY Lost? - 2 views

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    A breakdown of the bill of rights and how much each amendment has been given up to the government. Pretty terrifying.
charlotteneuhoff

The government has protected your security and privacy better than you think - 3 views

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    This article goes over America's security and privacy trade-off, especially after 9/11. The author argues that we have done an excellent job keeping a balance between these two approaches and, while actions such as the Paris attack may make us question if we should add more security, there is no reason to take away the privacy we have as since 9/11 we have been doing a good job of valuing both of these aspects.
saraatsai

Paris attacks should be 'wake up call' for more digital surveillance, CIA director says - 2 views

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    This article talks about the want for greater government surveillance after the Paris attacks. It mentions that since Edward Snowden released information about the NSA's digital surveillance power, a lot of measures have been taken to restrict government surveillance. However, since the Paris attacks, the US government is pushing to bring that power back.
andrewhaygood97

Military encryption's going open -- Defense Systems - 2 views

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    This makes me wonder how ethical it is for the NSA to be so heavily involved in cryptography internationally. Are they building a backdoor into these crytographic systems? If so, how ethical could that be?
Ling Shi

Advanced Military Cryptography - 3 views

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    A pre-WWII NSA document on advanced military cryptography which was declassified in 2014. This leads to the question of what impact disclosing these military secrets has on encryption and decryption of messages in future wars, and also why were these documents released in the first place.
Derek Bruff

Art that shows us what mass surveillance actually looks like | Fusion - 0 views

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    Quote: What you are looking at is one of the many undersea cables that carries inside it, to put it simply, the magic of the Internet. This particular cable, which runs aground on the coast of Florida, has been tapped by the NSA according to Paglen's research. Paglen, an artist who has been documenting the physical footprint of surveillance for years, got scuba-certified in order to go diving "at several locations off the coast of Florida," he says, to find and photograph the cables.
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