Breaking encryption technology used by terrorists and criminals poses a frustrating dilemma for intelligence agencies and, most recently, congressional lawmakers.

Bipartisan legislation to create a commission to study U.S. encryption policies and practices is still weeks away from being introduced as discussions continue, congressional aides familiar with the plan told _Computerworld_.

The commission approach, backed by Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael ...

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