Code Cracking: NSA spent billions to foil safeguards of web privacy

If you think encrypting online data could save it from the prying eyes of the NSA or Britain’s GCHQ Edward Snowden’s latest leak will disappoint you, to say the least. It shows America spent billions of dollars in the past decade on breaking protective codes – opening up what you thought was private. The European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship has spoken out on the NSA’s global snooping, as Peter Oliver reports.

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