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Chapter 31 - 33 Summary

Susan is growing more concerned about David. Hale senses her tension and asks if she is having trouble with her diagnostic. She tells him everything is fine but in truth, she does not understand why the tracer is taking so long.

She is surprised when Hale asks her opinion on Ensei Tankado's unbreakable algorithm. Susan tells him she does not believe it and tries to dismiss it as nonsense. Hale quotes a line from Hamlet that insinuates that anything is possible. He tells Susan that he and Tankado corresponded via email and that Tankado had commended him for proving Skipjack had a back door. Susan becomes angry and tells him that the back door was designed so the NSA could decode national security threats.

The two argue over the NSA's right to access private email. Hale tells Susan that she sounds...

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