Internet Archive Announces Plan to Automatically Encrypt Users’ Communications
The Internet Archive, one of the largest and most popular repositories of free books on the Internet through archive.org or openlibrary.org, is pushing back on this trend. The San Francisco nonprofit will announce on Thursday night that all of its users’ communications will be automatically encrypted. The archive has millions of free e-books.
Brewster Kahle, founder of the archive, said he was prompted to take this step by the revelations of Mr. Snowden, the National Security Agency leaker.
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Additional Details in this Report from the IDG News Service
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