Is the security and encryption available to the public too strong?

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I read in a quora article here that security and encryption measures for protecting data are so good now that they are almost impossible for security and law enforcement agencies to breach. Is this true and if so, is this necessarily a bad thing given personal data and privacy concerns?

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