passphrases: the police and subkeys scenario
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 06:37:24 CEST 2008
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Rick Valenzuela escribió:
> 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.
Ok, I get the point. Also, I mentioned the word "civilized" trying to
not imply countries which doesn't grant the right to have an attorney's
services are not civilized... that is the reason why I used the "" signs.
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