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Re: zero-knowledge protocols--addendum
Addendum ... for those who, no offense taken, have *hard times understanding*.
(I could send addenda hourly.) This one is a *nearer* tor's cousin case:
Email spy plan about national security: Gillard
April 14, 2008
[S]py laws: Employers would be able to look at employees' emails under
proposed new laws (ABC News: Giulio Saggin)
Etc., just let's quote:
[Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard:] "We want to make sure that they
[Roy: Australia's computer networks] are safe from terrorist attack," she
while Dale Clapperton, from Internet rights watchdog Electronic Frontiers
Australia, says: -- there is no need for the proposed laws. --
Here and now it's the "terrorists"; there and yesterday it has been the
pedophiles; in a third place and tomorrow it's the cyber-mafiosi, and so on
including the Venusians and the Kali goddess devotees depending from whether
the tabloids are revealing that minister X, chief of the police Y, or bishop Z
are themselves pedophiles, mafiosi or implicated in other crimes or scandals.
Anyway, do you see the common denominator, who is monotonously increasingly
squeezed summa summarum?
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS malu bertanya, sesat di jalan
SSSSS . s l a c k w a r e SSSSSS embarrassed to ask will result in
SSSSS +------------ linux SSSSSS getting lost