New UK crypto law and an idea on how to defeat it

Sean Rima Sean Rima <>
Wed, 1 Dec 1999 22:41:53 +0000

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Hi Billy!

> > It is a matter of educating the people in power that the average person=
> > uses any form of encryption has nothing to hide.
> Exactly! You've got it!
> > I personnaly would welcome any visit from any law enforcement agency to
> > show that I have nothing to hide. Even my choice of NG's would show.
> Doh! Just when I thought you were getting it...
Yes I would welcome a visit but I would not give access to any of my keys. At the end of the day, my local bobby could walk into my house and examine my PC but I would not decrypt any of the documents that I have stored encrypted without some form of court order. Sean --=20 GPG ID (DSA) 92B9D0CF PGP2 ID 19592A0D Linux User: #124682 ICQ: 679813 To get my PGP Keys send me an empty email with retrieve as the subject It said "Needs Windows 95 or better". So I installed Linux... --BXVAT5kNtrzKuDFl Content-Type: application/pgp-signature -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.0 (GNU/Linux) Comment: See Headers for details about obtaining my key iEYEARECAAYFAjhFpDEACgkQGdiK9pK50M9STwCfb4okmvgNjESZmpNWVrAgSlTY sOUAoIOsfvVYxYrkWXx0GPJ3ZuIO+/WT =C96/ -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --BXVAT5kNtrzKuDFl--