Kristian Fiskerstrand kristian.fiskerstrand at sumptuouscapital.com
Tue Jan 16 18:12:10 CET 2018

On 01/16/2018 06:05 PM, Peter Lebbing wrote:
> On 16/01/18 17:47, Kristian Fiskerstrand wrote:
>> I'm somewhat interested in hearing how this scheme would work in the
>> case of a compromised private key. Mainly;
> I was merely using the description of the basics of it as a means to
> show how it would be access control rather than DRM.

I'd personally agree that the whole right to be forgotten EU is talking
about is a form of DRM, whereby they want individuals to be able to wipe
out any trace of their historical behavior after said behavior has been
published / happened, but through legal means rather than a technical
restriction. Actually there are many aspects of GDPR that is quite
hostile to both free speech and businesses.

I would agree access control would be relevant up to the point that the
information is public to begin with.

in the current state EU seems to be building strongly on roots of
left-wing bias and a liberal's wet dream of a society.

/me goes back to re-reading the Fountainhead and dreams of a world where
people have principles and take responsibility for their actions... :)

Kristian Fiskerstrand
Blog: https://blog.sumptuouscapital.com
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