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NSA installed backdoors in widely used technology

Computer security company RSA has been working with the National Security Agency to install backdoors in some of its products. Although once considered a top foe of the NSA according to its former president, RSA began working with the NSA in a $10 million deal, according to a report by Reuters. By placing secret code in some of its products, the NSA has been given the ability to access information the RSA products are meant to be protecting. RT's Lindsay France breaks down the history of the company and its newly uncovered involvement with the NSA.

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Not new -- this was exposed months ago.

I am assuming some media are catching up on old news - still a good video for those who may not be aware of what is going on in the world of NSA and the deals that get made.

That's true. What's fascinating is that nothing seems to be changing.