Google to encrypt searches in response to NSA surveillance claims

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Encryption intended to evade snooping by NSA, GCHQ and Chinese authorities

Google has begun routinely encrypting web searches conducted in China as it rolls out a more robust and secure system for handling search traffic. The system is being implemented in response to ...

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