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“‘Going dark’ does not aptly describe the long-term landscape for government surveillance.”
Malaysian Digest was started by a group of writers and editors who believed that Malaysia should be given more choice in what they read.
WASHINGTON — For more than two years the FBI and intelligence agencies have warned that encrypted communications are creating a “going dark” crisis that will keep them from tracking terrorists and kidnappers.
Encryption will never be ubiquitous and there are many other spying options on the table, a blue-ribbon panel concludes.
Harvard University researchers shed light on how going dark will affect law enforcement and encryption
A report argues that the internet of things will make the encryption debate somewhat of a moot point.