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In the Age of the Embarrassing Leak, Can We All Admit That Encryption is a Good Thing?: New at Reason

Illustrations of the benefits of encryption abound. J.D. Tuccille writes: Even the likes of surveillance-friendly presidential candidates might be thinking fond thoughts about the benefits of privacy and encryption after the events of recent days. It's one thing to have your friends in business found out for turning people's personal communications over to your friends in government.
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