passphrases: the police and subkeys scenario
rick at rickv.com
Mon Jun 16 22:21:25 CEST 2008
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Robert J. Hansen wrote:
| Keeping this jurisdiction-free, the legal protections people think they
| should have and the legal protections they think they have and the legal
| protections they actually have are three quite disjoint subject areas.
| It pays to keep this in mind when making statements.
| My objection is not to your political beliefs or your ideas about what
| rights are possessed by Americans. My objection is strictly one of
Sorry for the confusion. Clarity is good, yes, but what I was saying is
that practicality is good, too. Add to the disjointed subject areas the
legal protections that people are going to get. Those could differ
because some areas are unwritten as law or regulation, or various
interpretations of existing law have not been fully tested in court.
I wasn't trying to push my politics. I was just highlighting that a gray
area could exist, and that this kind of interpretation is not limited to
whether a country is civilized or not.
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