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For a company that keeps millions of users’ personal emails and data under lock and key, Google found itself in a bad place earlier this year — on a list of “providers” that reportedly gave the NSA direct access to their central servers. The company immediately took steps to calm consumers, assuring its user base that it didn’t create a federal “back door,” and demanding more transparency from government agencies. Now, the Mountain View search giant has told The Washington Post that it’s accelerating itsencryption initiative, which will hopefully offer users another layer of comfortingprotection.

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