Encryption Does It Really Matter In Your Personal Life?

May 18, 2016




Written by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Syndicated by: Montana News



Did you know that encryption is a word that the public does not really understand? And on the same level you probably think you understand it. Sort of .


For example, let’s look at the FBI and the company Apple. Both of these entities have tangled over encryption legal issues. (Apple won.) Google and Facebook supported the position of Apple.


Remember that anything that is encrypted, keeps your “stuff” safe from prying eyes.


But according to the radical terrorist loving Muslim President Barrack Obama, there is just one problem. The idea of privacy is just that—just an idea.


The arm of the law is getting longer as the days go. But that same arm of the law is getting too long. Technology is now become woven into our private lives and we really cannot survive without it.


The days of the pager were much safer from hackers than your IP address to your computer. Now a person with a little bit of computer savvy is able to pull off information from your computer or tablet or phone and see your information.


This is why encryption matters—especially in our current mobile life styles. Many  people own smart phones. And yes, they are smart in giving away your personal information to the wrong person(s). It is necessary and important that your information is not intercept-able and that your communications are not stored by a third party data storage or cloud.


Using encryption that is now free technology designed by the CIA and other National Security programs is the answer to blocking even the government from snooping in your personal data.


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