Google would approve of the Senate's latest security move: according to ZDNet, it has just finished encrypting its main website and all its Senators' pages. You'll now see a small lock in their address bars when you visit, along with the HTTPS protocol indicative of encrypted websites. They're what tells you that you're on the right page and not on some copycat's that's trying to steal your info. ZDNet says it took the Senate a year to complete the migration, since its IT department had to migrate everything on its own. It received no help from any of America's agencies like the executive branch did when the White House wanted to make HTTPS a standard for all federal websites.