Encryption helps individuals and organizations to maintain privacy and confidentiality, thereby helping protect civil liberties. However, encryption also helps terrorists and criminals hide their intentions. Some governments have laws that forbid nongovernment organizations to use strong encryption software. The idea is to allow people to encrypt their communication, but not strongly enough to prevent the government from decrypting the communication in surveillance of suspected criminals and terrorists. Do you favor such laws, or do you advocate that everybody have access to the strongest encryption software available? Explain.

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