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  • adj. Of something that has been decrypted successfully, or of something that should have been encrypted, but was not.

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Examples

  • Good faith effort to obtain unencrypted copy from copyright holders: has the same problems as licensing.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • If I break into your machine and am accessing it at your user level or at a higher level I will be looking at the same contents YOU are looking at - which is to say unencrypted unless you have lots of stuff you leave locked up and never use (lol).

    Slashdot: Your Rights Online

  • Develop a plan to encrypt the tapes already off-site since you can't recall unencrypted tapes, either.

    Latest News from AJAX & RIA Journal

  • Lack of awareness about data protection, failure to take responsibility and use of legacy systems (such as unencrypted laptops) and policies were among the problems holding back better protection of public data, Smith said.

    The Register

  • Currently, many such organizations collaborate using methods that are not efficient or secure, such as unencrypted e-mail and instant messaging.

    TechNet Blogs

  • Shockingly, Lulzsec alleged that Sony left this information unencrypted and exposed to relatively elementary attacks:

    Hackers Say They've Attacked Sony, 1 Million Users Compromised

  • The United Kingdom has launched a new investigation into Google's collection of unencrypted WiFi data, exposing the company to potential fines.

    Satisfied with Google's promise to restrain Street View, FTC drops privacy-breach probe

  • It wasn't until German privacy regulators question Google about the Street View mapping application that the company discovered it had scarfed up data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks passed by its Street View cars.

    FTC drops inquiry into Google Street View flap

  • Last May, Google said its Street View cars accidentally picked up some unencrypted information about Wi-Fi networks it was also tracking with the cars.

    Google 'mortified' that Street View cars collected e-mail, passwords

  • Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, noted that after Google admitted last week that its Street View cars collected e-mail, URLs and passwords of unencrypted Wi-Fi networks, the U.K. immediately opened a new investigation into the firm and Italy required labeling of Street View cars.

    Obama administration gets poor grades on Internet privacy

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