so how do you get others to sign your key?

Alexander W. Janssen yalla at
Thu Jul 24 11:02:08 CEST 2008

reynt0 wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jul 2008, kurt c wrote:
>  . . .
>> My name is Lawrence, by the way. I created this email account on a whim
>> to  test Enigmail, that's why it has this kurt c stuff on it. And now
>  . . .
> Do you know that, as I understand things, Google saves
> and records of, and analyzes including for affinity
> grouping, all the email content and email accounts you
> communicate with, and so by using gmail you are in some
> small way compromising the privacy and maybe security of
> everyone posting on any email list you get email from?

Says someone without even a real name in his from-line.

Why should that be a security problem? What would hinder $evildoer from
subscribing themselves?
Also, your comment wasn't helpful.

Oh man. Do you really want to open this can of worms?

Sorry, I had to say this. I'm usually not the flamy type of a person.

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