How true can this be?
jeandavid8 at verizon.net
Sat Feb 9 18:54:44 CET 2008
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Janusz A. Urbanowicz wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2008 at 04:23:06PM -0500, John W. Moore III wrote:
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>> Subject: Re: How true can this be?
>> From: Janusz A. Urbanowicz <alex at bofh.net.pl>
>> To: Raygene <netanswers at gmail.com>
>> Cc: gnupg-users at gnupg.org
>> Date: Sunday, January 27, 2008 1:39:04 PM
>>> if a), then b) would land him in jail, quickly
>> More likely a fatal traffic accident or victim of a street mugging with
>> similar outcome. People communicate in and from Jails.
> Blabbering about classified stuff is a breach of security procedures and
> NDA-s, that leads to administrative action, prosecution and usually jail
> sentence (or a hefty fine).
Long ago I had a secret security clearance. The secrets were laughable, but
I have never disclosed them. Mine had nothing to do with encryption.
When getting the clearance, I had to read some of the laws that pertained.
In addition to jail and fines, another punishment option was death. But I
imagine it would be done officially.
> The approach you mention would be probably used on someone who would like to
> play the game (as in sell the info to another country), not for some random
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