from The BRICS Post:
Brazil on Monday announced it would shield government communication from surveillance by the United States and other intelligence agencies by setting up a secure email system next month.
“This is the first measure towards expanding privacy and inviolability of official communication,” tweeted Brazilian President Rousseff on Monday.
The technology will be implemented in November.
“Using Expresso V3 in the communications system will completely rid the government of all espionage,” said Marcos Mazoni, head of the Federal Data Processing System.
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