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The troubling truth about U.S. email encryption laws

July 15, 2014

‟It’s a common misconception that it’s somehow illegal to make privacy technology that the government wouldn’t be able to break,” says Seth Schoen, senior staff technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). ‟There’s never been a regulation in the U.S. limiting the private use of cryptography by end users; there’s no law that says you can’t use the crypto of your choice.”

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