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Derek Bruff

Tim Cook says Apple won't break into iPhone for the FBI | Fusion - 0 views

    Apple's response to the court order directing them to comply with the FBI's request for a backdoor into the iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Derek Bruff

U.S. wants Apple to help unlock iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter - The Washington ... - 0 views

    Heads up... big crypto story happening now.

NSA debate takes new turns after Paris attacks - 4 views

    Privacy advocates are pushing back against arguments from the intelligence community that more surveillance powers would have prevented the deadly Paris terrorist attacks. They're offended at what they see as naked opportunism from supporters of tough surveillance powers and argue the rhetoric - including suggestions that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has blood on his hands - has gone too far.

BA jihadist relied on Jesus-era encryption - 0 views

    Interesting article that shows how even though we think we're very advanced at cryptography, sometimes an old and outdated technique slips through the cracks in our defenses.
Justin Yeh

Al-Qaeda's Embrace of Encryption Technology: 2007-2011 - 0 views

    An overview of Al-Qaeda's use of encryption technology in their terrorist activities. Relevant to the debate about distributing powerful cryptography to everyone, including those with bad intentions.
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