Some people say longer keys are silly. I think they should be supported by gpg.
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Mon May 28 04:12:24 CEST 2012
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On 5/27/12 6:21 PM, MFPA wrote:
> Planted informers numbering 1 in 6 of the "protesters" would still
> be a statistically negligible percentage of the population at
That's actually not the problem. The problem is that if 1 in 6 people
is a plant, then you're going to have endless amounts of embarrassing
blue-on-blue -- one plant decides to do X to prove to his handlers that
he can Get Things Done(tm) and is worth the money he's getting paid, and
one plant, upon hearing that "oh my God, this guy is planning on doing
X!", does everything possible to block X in order to prove to *his*
handlers that he's preventing major incidents and is worth the money
he's getting paid.
The problem isn't the fraction of the population. The problem is
command and control.
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