Crypto AG: “For decades, the Swiss company sold encryption devices while being secretly owned by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and Germany's intelligence service, which could freely read what it encrypted.”

@aral That's why everybody is saying that storing data in Switzerland is the most secure thing to do.




As I read in this article more countries (as victims of "Operation Rubikon") are involved.
The Swiss intelligence chief is stepping down but in Germany: Silence 🙊

@alinka @aral

It's also the fact that the Swiss government were recommending these encryption devices to Swiss financial institutions, so he's broken the Swiss Banking laws... :D

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