It appears as if Brian Atkins <email@example.com> wrote:
|Doug Jones wrote:
|> My reputation is valuable to me, but in order to build up a reputation, I
|> have to be (surprise surprise) reputable. Anonymous posters must fight an
|> uphill battle for this.
|Sure sure, no question. But with the Freedom software for instance
|you can switch between your "identities" in an exceedingly easy
|manner. So when you want to flame someone, switch to your other
|nym and flame away without hurting the rep of your main nym. You
|can have your cake and eat it too.
Assumption: You refer to Freedom software by Zero-Knowledge Systems, Inc.
And now: Questions, questions...
 Zero-Knowledge Systems Inc. seems to be Canada based.
Does the Canadian government allow it to sell "sophisticated
cryptography" to non-US countries? If not, the Freedom software
would become less interesting, wouldn't you say?
 Can one trust their Freedom Network[tm]?
 How can one be sure that ZKSI does not collect the data one sends
through their software, unless one gets the program source?
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