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More Reasons To Drop The War On Encryption

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Rod Beckstrom, founding director of the US National Cybersecurity Center and former CEO of ICANN, visits the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat to discuss how legislation affects cybersecurity, how law enforcement can optimize international collaboration on cybercrime takedowns, and all the many reasons law enforcement should drop the war on encryption.

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Dalearnold
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Dalearnold,
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1/21/2016 | 7:39:29 AM
Re: Flash
Only peripheraly related to the topic of the post - why is a security blog still using Flash?
Souzafilho
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Souzafilho,
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1/20/2016 | 9:31:29 AM
Re: Flash
good information
Janecordwell
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Janecordwell,
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1/6/2016 | 8:48:00 AM
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nice one very usefull
Jonathanpal
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Jonathanpal,
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1/5/2016 | 5:10:22 AM
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nice good 
BFBCPing
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BFBCPing,
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10/12/2015 | 7:59:14 AM
Flash
Only peripheraly related to the topic of the post - why is a security blog still using Flash?
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