Dorsey: Internet Security Is Constantly Evolving

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Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Square Co-Founder and CEO Jack Dorsey comments on government data requests and Internet security. He speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Speaking of security, security is always important.

We have been talking about security with the nsa and this discussion of the government's relationship with technology companies, even coercing them to giving information.

I imagine payments would be valuable.

What is square's relationship?

We talk with them around building small businesses and the economy, that is about the extent of it.

Security, more or less, is an evolution.

It is not a destination.

It is constantly evolving to something that is better and people can understand more.

That we are always 10 steps ahead from somebody who is trying to break into security.

That is what we're focused on right now.

Our interface is let's stabilize and prop up and grow the small business economy because we see it as a grim for the national -- as important for the national economy.

Does the government ask you for information?

If they get, how would you handle those requests?

We have specific policies.

It is not just a square conversation.

We enable credit card transactions.

A lot of this is with visa and mastercard and all of our partners and the banks issuing the cards.

It is not a single party that would have to go through one request.

We have not had to do with that yet.

What about square wallack?

This has been a big part of your

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