Wednesday, October 16, 2013

'German govt unreliable due to ties with US' (VIDEO)

'Letter encryption should become an easy, standard tool'   (VIDEO)

America's National Security Agency could soon see its global survillance powers stunted, as foreign governments and firms move to bolster their cyber defenses.

Brazil's leading the charge with an encrypted e-mail service, while Germany's biggest telecom company is planning to reroute users' data, away from the NSA's grasp.

Andy Müller-Maguhn, founder of Bugged-Planet Dot info - a Wikileaks partner website - thinks that merely rerouting data is not enough to ensure privacy.

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