My plans to travel abroad coinciding with the "heightened terror alerts"...
Coincidence? I think not!
Oh and by the way, the first rule of encryption is that hiding knowledge and mechanics of the algorithm should not be required for it to be secure. By definition, it isn't secure if it can be cracked with knowledge of the algorithm. I think it is a fair statement to apply the same rule to our "national security" programs. If knowledge of them compromises their effectiveness, then they weren't effective to begin with.
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