passphrases: the police and subkeys scenario
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Sun Jun 15 20:31:20 CEST 2008
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Rick Valenzuela escribió:
> Hah, good point. And should it ever come down to that, I hope access to
> a lawyer is possible (and worthwhile) at that point. But both your and
> Matt's suggestions are good to have in the playbook. The border trick is
> a pretty good precaution (groan).
> David Shaw wrote:
>> That's just talking crypto, of course. If it ever comes down to this
>> in the real world, I'd recommend talking to a good lawyer before you
>> do anything.
Well, I suppose in most "civilized" countries you have the right to
have access to a lawyer if you have legal troubles. But is it a good
idea to keep in mind there are places where that is unlikely to work...
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