Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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One of the most respected cyber security firms in the business, RSA, has reportedly accepted money from the National Security Agency to push a flawed security product. This is connected to earlier revelations about the NSA building back doors into encryption to help its surveillance programs. Plus, Netflix's programming for kids. And, news of a little app that might be helpful to parents by providing video proof, sort of, that Santa was here.

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Netflix declares the death of Saturday morning cartoons

Netflix comes out with its first original kids' program.
Posted In: netflix, children

RSA and the NSA: Who is telling the truth?

The latest revelation about government surveillance is that the National Security Agency had a partner in building weakness into security standards: a firm that is supposed to be strengthening them.
Posted In: cybersecurity, nsa, NSA leaks

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