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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 1.18.16 – 1.22.16

Updates on the crypto wars. Cyber criminals cop guilty pleas, but more rise to take their place. NSA stakes out a pro-encryption position. We get an object lesson in how not to patch a backdoor—a hint: Batman's not inherently more secure than Black Widow. And we take a look at how you should consider your digital assets in estate planning.

In this week's podcast, we discuss the state of the inquiry into Ukraine's power grid hack, the crypto wars, and developments in cyber crime. And we feature an interview with Kellie Lego, of Columbia, Maryland, law firm MVP Law Group, who will explain the importance of considering your digital assets when doing your estate planning.

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