Marketplace Tech for Monday, September 9, 2013

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We've now learned that the NSA was not only conducting surveillance but also working to undermine the last ten years of encryption online. Documents leaked by Edward Snowden last week suggest the U.S. Government agency has been using both supercomputers and influence with Internet companies to take aim at the tools we use to keep our data private. Whether you're Google or a company that builds encryption tools, you're vulnerable to the NSA.

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Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden, encryption, internet security

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