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Ranking the best encryption apps for journalists

Ranking the best encryption apps for journalists

Marlee Baldridge, Reynolds Journalism Institute | April 14, 2017

As journalists increasingly see the need to keep communications private, many are turning to apps that enable encrypted messaging. But how do you know if the app you chose actually does the job? We share some advice about key features from staff members at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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