E-Mail Encryption: Why Isn't Everyone Doing It?

carl w spitzer cwsiv_home1@juno.com
Sun Nov 17 04:54:09 2002

Convience is probabily the largest issue.
Secondly constitutional ignorance leading to excessive trust of

But like Linux improvements are being made all the time.  

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Simon Josefsson <jas@extundo.com> writes:
>>carl w spitzer <cwsiv_home1@juno.com> writes:
>> While an estimated 900 million people use e-mail, few take advantage
>> encryption.
>> http://www.NewsFactor.com/perl/story/18860.html
>> NewsFactor.com, Aug. 5, 2002
>Why isn't everyone doing phone encryption?  Why isn't everyone
>encrypting their personal postal mail?  Just because something is
>technically possible doesn't mean everyone should use it.

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