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On Friday 1 November 2013 at 6:47:56 PM, in
<mid:20131101114756.Horde.f5Rbb0PJwmQx-cHcO0Kmjg7 at mail.sixdemonbag.org>,
Robert J. Hansen wrote:
>> Isn't the NSA "a government based organisation?"
>> Surely guilt-by-association renders every government
>> based organisation just as nefarious as the NSA.
> This is why grown-ups don't believe in guilt by
Which would mean police who interview people who had contact with a
suspect, in order to "eliminate them from their enquiries," are either
not grown-ups or are practising something in which they do not
> Do you really think a bunch of graduate students
> obsessing over _La Chanson du Roland_ are "just as
> nefarious as the NSA"?
> If you do, then I think your paranoia is so out of hand
> you really ought consider seeking professional help.
> And no, I'm not kidding.
I was merely making use of hyperbole to challenge the previous
poster's assertion that a government based organisation would be
preferable to the current CA service providers, "especially because of
all which was lately revealed about the NSA."
What I was trying to convey, was my opinion that the revelation of
unpalatable/nefarious behaviour on the part of a government
organisation seems a pretty odd reason to call for services, currently
provided by private-sector CAs, to instead be provided by a government
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