dan at dan at
Wed Mar 23 03:59:24 CET 2011

> If I'm right, then the only way to restore privacy is to raise the price
> of information transfer in some way.  OpenPGP can be thought of as this:
> to recover a message the attacker has to undertake actions that involve
> at least some measure of expense.

Perhaps you are correct.

My own definition of privacy evolves, but as of now is this:

   Privacy is the effective capacity to misrepresent oneself.

and, semi-orthogonally,

   Security is the absence of unmitigatable surprise.



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