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Re: [tor-talk] Secure email with limited usable metadata
On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 4:12 PM, Praedor Tempus <praedor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sounds like for Germany and like countries/laws such servers should be limited to no more than 10k users each to prevent that invasion.
you should assume this number will always approach anything greater
than zero; and how do you handle a reduction? axe clients without
better option: end-to-end only, usable privacy that is secure by
default - the only mode is secure. then you can publish "lawful
intercepts" of ciphertext without risk to any users.**
if you're forced to cooperate with active malware explotation of
customers through assisted MitM via your services it is time to pull
the plug and announce while you find a sane jurisdiction. the active
exploitation and run time key recovery route is plan B for some
entities which have lawful intercept charters...
** this is a "Hard Problem" (TM). *grin*
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