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An Interview with Bruce Schneier, Renowned Security Technologist

The BKC fellow discusses cryptography with The Yale Politic:

“Most of the data that is important to you isn’t under your direct control. It’s not on your computers,” says Schneier. “It’s on computers owned by Google, and Apple, and your credit card company, and your cell phone provider. The security precautions that they take are much more critical than anything you do, and you have no control over them. You mostly don’t even have any visibility into what they are.”

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