Managing Subkeys for Professional and Personal UIDs
martin-gnupg-users at dkyb.de
Sat May 3 10:07:25 CEST 2014
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Am 03.05.2014 05:01, schrieb Robert J. Hansen:>
> And regardless of whether it's a good practice or a bad one, I've
> worked in businesses that have done exactly this -- so it's a
> real-world example that demonstrates the occasional need for a
> third party to possess signing keys.
And regardless of whether it's a good practice or a bad one, I've
worked in businesses that have done exactly this (ordered people to
jump out the windows) -- so it's a real-world example that
demonstrates the occasional need for a company to make such orders.
Am 03.05.2014 03:32, schrieb Robert J. Hansen:
> Personally, I would prefer not to have my name on such a
> certificate, for reasons that have already been expressed on the
> list. But if there's a corporate policy that says each cert must
> have the name of someone authorized to use it, then that's the way
> you play the game.
Personally, I would prefer not to discriminate against black people,
for reasons that have already been expressed on the list. But if
there's a corporate policy that says I have to, then that's the way
you play the game.
PLEASE refrain from using generic phrases which defend stupidity
because the stupidity is done in real-life. These are lazy things to
say, they might sounds like arguments, but they are not. And they have
been used way to often to defend the worst human behavior or to defend
why nobody did something against it.
It makes by heart bleed every time I see or hear them.
It is okay to say: "This is done." But please ALWAYS conclude (if
"this" is stupid/injustice/bad practice) "but it needs to be changed."
I know, we are living in a world where it is hard to fight every
stupidity that is in place. And sometimes you have to do these stupid
things in order to get somewhere. But a first easy step is, not to
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