Documents revealed by former government contractor Edward Snowden show the National Security Agency has the ability to crack encryption that is supposed to keep communications and data private. The NSA has also worked with companies to insert vulnerabilities into their products to make them hackable by the NSA. Robert Siegel talks with Stuart Millar, U.S. deputy editor for The Guardian.
NSA Has Cracked Much Of The World's Computer Encryption
By editor • Sep 6, 2013
Originally published on September 6, 2013 3:20 pm