integrating GPG with deniable steganography
taral at taral.net
Wed Mar 21 17:12:03 CET 2001
On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 06:12:23PM -0800, tftp wrote:
> If someone sends you a message encrypted to a key that you really do not
> have... then you probably are out of luck, to put it mildly. There is no
> way to prove that you don't have the key! What a way to frame people!
> Does the RIP bill has any safeguards against that?
Just to put a word in here... It has been noted that despite the wording
of the law, no sane court will punish a person for failure to reveal
something which the government has not reasonably shown to exist.
Criminal standards of proof still apply.
Taral <taral at taral.net>
Please use PGP/GPG to send me mail.
"Never ascribe to malice what can as easily be put down to stupidity."
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