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DavidHambrickPaper1 4 - 03 Jan 2009 - Main.DanielHarris
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Why is so much network traffic still unencrypted? Strong encryption has been a legal possibility in many countries for more than a decade and a technical possibility for even longer, but an end-to-end encrypted network does not yet exist. Is the eventual widespread adoption of strong encryption inevitable? Here I propose that adoption of strong encryption will be less extensive or will occur more slowly, if at all, under those regimes most likely and least likely to abuse their surveillance powers.
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-- DavidHambrick - 17 Dec 2008


I've taken a look at this from a different perspective over at DanielHarrisPaper2, if anyone's interested.

-- DanielHarris - 03 Jan 2009


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