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March 24, 2008 4:07 PM
Posted by Brier Dudley
The feds can still get info on bad guys from traffic patterns that aren't blocked by the encryption, Zimmermann contends. A quote from the Forbes piece:
"From the point of view of law enforcement, traffic analysis can be quite useful. But for a criminal trying to get information for insider training, he's only interested in the content. So encryption actually hits criminals harder than it hits law enforcement agencies."
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Gadgets and games | Fun stuff I've written about lately includes Apple's iPhone, Hewlett-Packard's HDX laptop and Microsoft's Halo3. Also on the radar are new digital video boxes such as the Tivo HD and the Vudu.