Rod Rosenstein

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(lawyer)
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Born Rod Jay Rosenstein
1965-01-13
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Alma mater University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University
Spouse Lisa Barsoomian
Party Republican

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In office
April 26, 2017 - Present
Preceded by Dana Boente

Rod Rosenstein became United States Deputy Attorney General in April 2017. He assisted Jeff Sessions in preparing a a three page memorandum which criticized FBI Director James Comey before he was invited to resign.[1]

Encryption

In Autumn 2017, Rosenstein suggested that encryption should be controlled, claiming that "new technologies will pose new dangers if innovations develop so quickly that the laws cannot keep up with them."[2]

“Responsible encryption is achievable. Responsible encryption can involve effective, secure encryption that allows access only with judicial authorization. Such encryption already exists.”
Rod Rosenstein (October 10, 2017)  [3]



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