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Fight Over Surveillance Law Continues, With Advanced Technology

A new method of communicating is creating intriguing services that beat old ways of sending information. But law enforcement makes a somber claim: These new networks will become a boon to criminals and terrorists unless the government can easily listen in. This was the story line in the mid-1990s when the Clinton administration sought to have electronic communications encrypted only by a National Security Agency-developed “Clipper Chip,” for which the feds would have a key. Full Story

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