Google's Latest Encryption Tool Mocks NSA in Code

Google has given the NSA the middle finger in its latest encryption update. In a piece of code, the online giant referenced an NSA slide which illustrated how the agency accessed Google and Yahoo data centers outside of the U.S. The code nods to the NSA saying, "SSL added and removed here" but is being used to keep the government out instead of allowing them in. 
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