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Comey says encryption stymies law enforcement, calls for ‘hard conversation’

March 14, 2017

By: Sikur

FBI Director James Comey, who’s drawn criticism from both the left and the right for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation and a steady stream of national security leaks bemoaned the obstacles to law enforcement thrown up by encryption and said that Americans can’t expect “absolute privacy.”

“It is making more and more of the room of what the FBI investigates dark,” Comey said at a cybersecurity conference at Boston College Wednesday, the Boston Globe reported, though he maintained that he supported “strong encryption.”



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