Cryptographic crumpling: The encryption 'middle ground' for government surveillance

    Date19 Mar 2018
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAlex
    For governments worldwide, encryption is a thorn in the side in the quest for surveillance, cracking suspected criminal phones, and monitoring communication. Officials are applying pressure on technology firms and app developers which provide end-to-end encryption services provide a way for police forces to break encryption.
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