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Default NSA can keep quiet on internet flaws it discovers in 'clear national security' cases

When news of the Heartbleed internet security bug broke last week, Bloomberg reported that the NSA may have known about the OpenSSL flaw for years, using it to gain info instead of warning the public. The government agency was quick to deny that...

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