Brazil is continuing to spearhead a very public anti-NSA (National Security Agency) movement, with President Dilma Rousseff revealing more details on Twitter about the launch of a national secure e-mail. “This measure is [the first part of enlarging the] privacy and inviolability of official messages,” wrote Rousseff (according to Google Translate). “We must secure messaging to prevent possible espionage.” Rousseff went on to say that Serpro, the Brazilian federal data processing service, would deploy the new system, designed to protect all official government correspondence. 5     

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