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On Sun, 21 Oct 2001, Zero Powers wrote:
> >From: "Alex F. Bokov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Hiya Ken, good to hear from ya. Okay, prosaic explanation accepted.
> >Fact still stands that if they know who I am, I have no provable
> >privacy when doing business through them. The only secret they can't
> >betray is one they don't know.
> Yeah, well here's what goldmoney says about their willingness to protect
> your privacy:
> "GoldMoney will open a Holding for anyone who provides the basic information
> normally required (e.g., address, telephone, email address, etc). Given the
> nature of the Internet, pseudonymity (but not anonymity) is possible in
> GoldMoney, which records each transaction and keeps an audit trail that
> could be retrieved if needed to meet legal process."
As far as I remember, though, GoldMoney doesn't verify. That
effectively makes the accounts anonymous and the information
I mean, come on, even the shady offshore pre-paid credit card
companies *technically* require proof of identity (though in that case
proof constitutes a faxed copy of your driver's license or passport).
* I believe that the majority of the world's Muslims are good, *
* honorable people. If you are a Muslim and want to reassure me and *
* others that you are part of this good, honorable majority, all *
* you need to say are nine simple words: "I OPPOSE the Wahhabi cult *
* and its Jihad." *
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