Conflict & Justice

Hackers Set Sights on Skype

Throughout the Middle East uprisings, protesters have used Skype to communicate because it is an encrypted service, which means it should be safe from government spies' eavesdropping. But it turns out it is not immune to hacking. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Steve Stecklow, an investigative reporter with the Wall Street Journal about hacking Skype. 

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