Any effort to ban encryption or provide government agencies with backdoor access would be unenforceable and prone to failure, according to a Harvard University report released last week. Bruce Schneier, a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Security, collaborator Kathleen Seidel, and student Saranya Vijayakuma, identified 865 encryption products from 55 countries; 546 of those products were developed outside the United States. Avoiding U.S. surveillance is easy to do with hundreds of competing products available, Schneier said.
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