signing + mailing lists

Douglas Elznic
Sun Sep 23 01:21:01 2001

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> Finally the social and political reasons for making visible and
> routine use of cryptography, including signatures, is at least as
> important now as it was ten years ago when Phil Zimmerman and others
> urged folks to PGP sign all email. One can now choose signatures that
> are smaller and less obtrusive than was possible just a few years ago.
I could not agree more. I have been signing all mail for the past two months. Now that evolution can always do it by default it is a lot easier to do. The social awareness that it raises can not be underestimated in a time like this. I am curious as to why sinatures are now smaller and less intrusive? --=20 +------------------+---------------------------------------------------+
| Douglas Elznic | GPG Key: <> 0x13300731 |
| Thinker-@-Large | Pub Key: |
| | Fingerprint: |
| | EF9C 7E3C 0327 EAAF 1E20 5299 0805 7531 1330 0731 |
| | All emails should be signed by the above key. |
| They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary |
| safety deserve neither liberty nor safety... Benjamin Franklin 1759 |
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