Managing Subkeys for Professional and Personal UIDs

Ben McGinnes ben at
Tue May 6 11:58:57 CEST 2014

On 3/05/14 11:32 AM, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> Seems perfectly reasonable for me for the company to issue a
> signature on a purchase order using your *corporate-owned*,
> *corporate-controlled* certificate, which was always issued for the
> needs of the corporation.
> Just because a certificate has your name on it doesn't make it yours
> and doesn't mean you have a legal or moral right to control how it's
> used.

Just like a credit card; it might have your name on it, but the fine
print says it belongs to the bank (or other issuing financial


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