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In the wake of recent terrorist attacks, a debate has emerged about whether militant groups are exploiting technologies that allow their communications to “go dark.” Federal lawmakers are trying to strike a balance on the issue of encryption – to satisfy concerns about privacy and national security. U.S. Sen. Mark Warner joins Kojo to share details about a proposed solution he has shaped on the issue.
- Mark Warner Member, U.S. Senate, D-Va; Former Governor, Virginia
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