Encouraging email security.
Mon May 19 00:16:02 2003
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On Sunday 18 May 2003 9:21 pm, tk wrote:
> But there is (from my observation) a significant pool
> of those that would like to keep it private, but find it simply to
> be beyond practical for them to do so. And it is wrong (if not
> outright arogant) to conisider them stupid or lazy.
I never suggested otherwise. Those that have an interest will find out=20
the information, and those that are not computer illiterate will be=20
able to put it into practice. Personally, I find GPG, PGP and S/MIME=20
all easy to use. When I explain how to use these systems to others I=20
find a (very) small minority that understand the concept but do not=20
wish to use them. Fair enough, that is the freedom to chose what you=20
want to do.
But more prevalent are the users (mainly Windows users that this applies=20
to) that can't be bothered and have no interest in finding out.
Its a pity, but this is my experience.
GPG Keys at email@example.com
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