Ruediger.Kupper at Honda-RI.De
Sat Feb 21 19:31:35 CET 2004
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subkeys.pgp.net is the server I uploaded my key to (including the
photo ID, as Gabriel could verify). Strange that Neil does not get it.
Anyway, your comments seem to point into the same direction that I
already concluded myself: Photo IDs have no use at all apart from
being slightly entertaining. And, as Neil pointed out, the more
personal data is included into a publicly accessible document, the
easier to abuse. I agree.
So can anyone tell a reason why one should include a photo ID into a
GPG key? And: Why is this a feature of GnuPG then?
Thanks for comments!
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Comment: My key is available at
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