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July 25, 2005

Terrorist Subjects Use Encryption For the Files

From the July 20th Times of London, an article on how terrorism subjects are using encryption to conceal information on computers which are seized by police.  Nothing new here, either in the use of encryption or in the desire of criminals to hide what they're doing in some way, but one wonders if this might generate new life in the restrictions on encryption technology.

By the way, we've been on a bit of a hiatus, but hope to be posting with great frequency into the future.

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