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Saving Internet Anonymity — The Struggle is Joined

Lauren Weinstein’s Blog: Saving Internet Anonymity — The Struggle is Joined

I strongly encourage anyone with a commitment to Internet anonymity to read this blog post. An organized opposition to the existence of such anonymity is growing. Of course, like attempt to clamp down on cryptography, it will only impact the law abiding while criminals use bots and other tools to circumvent the restrictions.

Between this and the push to remove the expectation of privacy from all stored emails, I am very concerned.

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  • Darren Chaker · September 8, 2010 at 12:38 am

    I think any effort to regulate encryption or use public keys where government keeps a copy will only force people to use foreign encryption. Darren Chaker


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