Why OpenPGP is not wanted - stupid is in vogue right now
markr-gnupg at signal100.com
Mon Jun 10 21:39:49 CEST 2013
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On 10/06/2013 09:46, Henry Hertz Hobbit wrote:
> My personal observations agrees with Rob Hansen's studies 100%.
> Even when required to use encryption people hate doing it and their
> concept is entirely focused on the ciphering with them thinking
> that people who use encryption are trying to hide something.
> They get away with it because everybody else is doing the same
> thing. Why? BEING STUPID IS IN FASHION RIGHT NOW!
> Encryption has become a dirty word in their diseased minds.
I just wanted to say that you have neatly encapsulated my feelings on
the subject: Stupid is in vogue.
My concern is that it will be for a long time to come. It is ironic
that technology is, to a considerable extent, what has made it
possible. So much is taken care of by technology that it is simple and
easy to be "stupid". You can get away with it. That suits the data
miners of this world just fine.
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