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apparently packed reigniting debate in the U. S. about encryption and privacy while it still not clear what increase in technology if any would you by the terrorists former U. S. intelligence officials and some lawmakers are calling for encryption backdoor sort of key that would make it easier for the government to monitor chatter Reuter cybersecurity reporter showman the corruption that is most problematic for us by and for law enforcement , where I'll I'm sending you a message , so iMessage %HESITATION for apple %HESITATION great time for apple like that for a Facebook and many smaller companies have independent corruption and those the bigger and that's the bigger problem for for law enforcement US senator Dianne Feinstein to talk Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee pointed the finger at Silicon Valley on Monday seeing if you create a product that allowed evil monsters communicate where I can't find you not a big problem and the CIA director John Brennan said that the enemy had become smarter up keeping their activities concealed from the authorities but creating encryption hold your spine beacon a big push back from tech company I'm privacy advocate plus even if the law is changed part might not be enough to stop parent unit and gripping channels are are are made harder to get in the United States by law for law abiding people , the terrorists will use some other form of encryption that is manufactured in some country where there is no such luck legislation in the U. S. requiring encryption backdoor is still considered unlikely in a post Snowden era and the U. S. insurer weeks away from terminating it by program that collective methadone meta data in bulk