expires2010 at ymail.com
Wed Mar 3 19:44:25 CET 2010
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On Wednesday 3 March 2010 at 4:16:21 PM, you wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 03:53:27PM +0000, MFPA wrote:
>> There are privacy issues, especially if user-ids on the key contain
>> email addresses. In some cases, the authorities knowing an individual
>> used encryption could be a problem.
> There are issues of tradecraft, then. Using OpenPGP as a tool for
> committing crimes is kind of stupid.
I was referring to the case where the individual was in a country that
prohibited or restricted the use of strong encryption.
> chooses the wrong tool for a job, or chooses to use it incorrectly, no
> blame attaches to others for the consequences of one's choice.
> I feel there is a strong assumption among OpenPGP users that our
> community is, *ahem*, open.
Is it not also a reasonable assumption, that those who use and promote
privacy-enhancing software will value and respect privacy?
MFPA mailto:expires2010 at ymail.com
Ultimate consistency lies in being consistently inconsistent
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