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Mass Surveillance Isn’t the Answer to Fighting Terrorism

In other words, the problem in this case was not a lack of data, but a failure to act on information authorities already had. via Mass Surveillance Isn’t the Answer to Fighting Terrorism – The New York Times.

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Paris Attacks Renew Call for Access to Encrypted Messages

“I have asked for help. And I haven’t gotten any help,” Feinstein said Monday in an interview with MSNBC. “If you create a product that allows evil monsters to communicate in this way, to behead children, to strike innocents, whether … Continue reading

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Why FBI and CIA didn’t connect the dots

Rather than thinking of intelligence as a simple connect-the-dots picture, think of it as a million unnumbered pictures superimposed on top of each other. Or a random-dot stereogram. Is it a sailboat, a puppy, two guys with pressure-cooker bombs or … Continue reading

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