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Secrecy, Privacy and the Future of American Liberty

Patrick G. Eddington | Posted 07.16.2016 | Politics
Patrick G. Eddington

The "security vs. liberty" strawman argument remains the rhetorical weapon of choice for National Security State officials terrified by the spread of public encryption technologies. They argue that, absent some form of technological "back door" to break into private encrypted communications, federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies will be blinded, unable to fend off potential terrorist attacks here at home.

WATCH: What Do You Actually Learned At A 'Cryptoparty'?

The Huffington Post | Posted 07.25.2013 | Technology

Ever since Edward Snowden pulled back the curtain on the National Security Agency's cyberspying, there's been an upswing in "cryptoparties," where IT ...

Bianca Bosker

The 2 Stupidly Obvious Spy Tricks That Could Have Saved Petraeus From Getting Caught | Bianca Bosker | Posted 11.12.2012 | Technology

Does the head of the world's top spy agency really think he can hide behind a Gmail account and a pseudonym? Apparently so. Even bumbling Boris Ba...