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Why We Encrypt June 23, 2015 Technology & Security Bruce Schneier: Every time you use encryption, you’re protecting someone who needs to use it to stay alive. This is the clearest statement I’ve UK government quietly rewrites hacking laws to give GCHQ immunity May 17, 2015 Security Ars Technica: The UK government has quietly passed new legislation that exempts GCHQ, police, and other intelligence officers from prosecution for Time Limits on Browser Plugins? April 4, 2013 Security When Steve Gibson talked on Security Now 398 about how few users’ Java plugins are actually up-to-date, this question hit me: The problem with Gun Control and Strong Encryption December 17, 2012 Security In light of recent events, I wondered if anyone was making a connection between gun control and the regulation of strong encryption. So I googled it Internet Wiretap Bill Misses the Mark October 1, 2010 Security Charlie Savage reported Monday in the New York Times that the Obama administration is seeking legislation that would require “back-doors” in all The Enterprise Information Protection Paradigm March 2, 2010 Security It used to be that network infrastructure was one of an organization’s most valuable assets and security was geared toward protecting the