FBI Director Says Agents Need Access To Encrypted Data To Preserve Public Safety

FBI Director Says Agents Need Access To Encrypted Data To Preserve Public Safety

By Dina Temple-Raston

James Comey testified about cases in which unencrypted data made the difference in convicting dangerous criminals. Opponents say any encryption programs that let governments in also let hackers in.

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