Intel Labs announced an initiative funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to create hardware that accelerates how computers process homomorphic encryption. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Intel Labs announced Monday an initiative funded by the Defense Department's research and development arm to create hardware that accelerates how computers process homomorphic encryption.

If successful, it could thwart the hurdle that keeps the pervasive privacy and security technology out of general use.

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