U.S. Capitol In Washington
The Web has exploded this week with comments, concerns, op-eds and the occasional speech by government leaders about just what it’ll take to end terrorism. The main talking point has centered around encryption. When Edward Snowden revealed NSA programs designed to collect this data from people that had never been linked to terrorism, we were appalled, then apathetic, and now we’ve basically moved on. The problem, however, is the effect encryption has on bulk data collection efforts by the US government. In short, it renders them useless. The problem is, we’re fighting a battle against encryption when there really isn’t any tangible data…

This story continues at The Next Web
Source: The Next Web


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here