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Google, SpiderOak encrypt best against NSA, report says

From U.S. News: Want to know which companies are protecting your data property against interception by spies at the National Security Agency or hackers who might be able to snoop your email on public wireless signals?

Google, Dropbox, and SpiderOak are the Web companies that met all five of the communications encryption steps recommended by a newly-released survey from the Electronic Frontier Foundation digital rights advocacy group.

The survey results announced on Tuesday are available online here.

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