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Published on Sep 21, 2012
Across the world, from Boston to Calgary, Oakland to Cairo, people are getting together and learning the basics of digital encryption. During a time when personal privacy is threatened by cybersecurity bills and executives measures all in the name of the war on terror, the government and even private third-parties can easily pry at your online history. At homegrown cryptoparties, though, people can come together and share the tools that are necessary and the know-how that is needed to protect one's own privacy online. RT's Andrew Blake explains.