Judges Poised to Hand U.S. Spies the Keys to the Internet
Source: Wired - Posted by Alex   
Privacy How does the NSA get the private crypto keys that allow it to bulk eavesdrop on some email providers and social networking sites? Itís one of the mysteries yet unanswered by the Edward Snowden leaks. But we know that so-called SSL keys are prized by the NSA Ė understandably, since one tiny 256 byte key can expose millions of people to intelligence collection. And we know that the agency has a specialized group that collects such keys by hook or by crook. Thatís about it.

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