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Re: [tor-talk] Social Research on TOR in Turkey during March2014

Hi and sorry for the late reply.

Grace H., this is my key fingerprint:

CB00 FEA2 B2D3 FA38 F43C E1F3 A484 9DC2 8296 DE60

I am new to encryption but I've read that this is the most secure way of
starting sharing keys, and not sharing key id 0x...

see here, Jacob from EFF suggestions:

Now, I still accepting responses on the research call on Turkish
practices, experiences, stories of circumvention of twitter censorship
in/post March 2014 (esp TOR).

Many thanks

On 13/10/14 22:01, Mirimir wrote:
> On 10/13/2014 02:43 PM, GÃkÅin Akdeniz wrote:
>> Mon, 13 Oct 2014 14:32:40 -0600 tarihinde
>> Mirimir <mirimir@xxxxxxxxxx> yazmÄÅ:
>>> On 10/13/2014 01:11 AM, Paolo Cardullo wrote:
>>>> Hi
>>>> I have done it, public key on server. Please let me know if you
>>>> having trouble with this.
>>> I haven't found the key on http://kiddingthecity.org/blog/.
>>> What is the URL for it?
>> Run: gpg --search-key "Paolo Cardullo" and import the key.
>> Please use OpenPGP and GnuPG properly.
> Well, I looked at pool.sks-keyservers.net via Enigmail, and didn't find
> anything for <kiddinthecity@xxxxxxxxx>. But searching for "Paolo
> Cardullo", I find 0x8296DE60 "Paolo Cardullo <kiddinthecity@xxxxxxx>".
> He ought to add <kiddinthecity@xxxxxxxxx> to the key.

Paolo Cardullo
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