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In order to keep the NSA from text-searching your phone calls, The Intercept notes that "the real solution is end-to-end encryption, preferably of the unbreakable kind:"

And as luck would have it, you can have exactly that on your mobile phone, for the price of zero dollars and zero cents.

The Intercept's Micah Lee wrote about this in March, in an article titled: You Should Really Consider Installing Signal, an Encrypted Messaging App for iPhone.

(Signal is for iPhone and iPads, and encrypts both voice and texts; RedPhone is the Android version of the voice product; TextSecure is the Android version of the text product.)

As Lee explains, the open source software group known as Open Whisper Systems, which makes all three, is gaining a reputation for combining trustworthy encryption with ease of use and mobile convenience.

Convenience precedes ubiquity...

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