hashed user IDs redux [was: Re: Creating a key bearing no user ID]
dougb at dougbarton.us
Fri Jan 27 01:48:30 CET 2012
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On 01/26/2012 15:41, MFPA wrote:
> The use of the word "harvesting" in this context suggests to me a
> concern about spamming rather than about privacy. And I would like
> the ability to protect my name as well as (or instead of) my email
As I said the last time you brought this up .... put whatever you like
in the name and e-mail fields, and notify the people you communicate
with of what's there, and the fingerprint of the key. They can then
set up rules in their e-mail client that when they communicate with
you via e-mail address foo that they should use key bar. You're done.
There is no software modification needed to accomplish what you want
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