Robert J. Hansen rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Tue Jan 16 17:42:29 CET 2018

> The mechanism to prove you are the owner of a public key is pretty much
> in place :-). A mechanism where you can have a signed statement saying
> "on 2018-01-16, I allow my key to show up on keyservers"

It is theoretically and practically possible to have a keyserver that
honors such requests, but what many people want is *enforcement*.  Not
merely a voluntary system that's trivially circumventable, but some
mechanism by which their public keys can be actively kept out of

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