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+ - Use of Encryption Foiled the Cops a Record 9 Times in 2013

realized writes: In nine cases in 2013, state police were unable to break the encryption used by criminal suspects they were investigating, according to an annual report on law enforcement eavesdropping released by the U.S. court system on Wednesday. That’s more than twice as many cases as in 2012, when police said that they’d been stymied by crypto in four cases—and that was the first year they’d ever reported encryption preventing them from successfully surveilling a criminal suspect. Before then, the number stood at zero.
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Use of Encryption Foiled the Cops a Record 9 Times in 2013

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