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Today, National Security Agency director Admiral Mike Rogers spoke to the Atlantic Council, a Washington D.C. think tank, about the on-going encryption debate. During his speech, Admiral Rogers dubbed encryption as “foundational to the future” and even went so far as to say the entire argument is a waste of time. If that comes as a surprise to you, it should. It was the NSA, after all, that was exposed nearly three years earlier by contractor Edward Snowden for spying on US citizens through use of warrantless wire taps, bulk collection of phone metadata and a wide-reaching tool capable of searching huge…

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