An alternative to the Internet?

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Following news that the NSA has been trying to weaken encryption online, Google has announced it's trying to step up encryption on all its data. But one suggested solution for users trying to avoid surveillance is to operate on an entirely separate network--without the help of an Internet service provider. Molly Wood, executive editor at CNET, joins Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson to discuss. 

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About the author

Molly Wood is a veteran technology broadcaster, podcaster, host and writer. As an executive editor at CNET, she was the creator, host and executive producer of "Always On with Molly Wood."

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