Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Keep smartphones backdoor free, urges cybersecurity expert Susan Landau

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Keep smartphones backdoor free, urges cybersecurity expert Susan Landau

Privacy expert Susan Landau makes the case for keeping smartphones backdoor free, and for the FBI developing 21st century capabilities to conduct electronic surveillance.

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