I am buy no measure an encryption expert, and I don't presume all
communications could or should be encrypted, just whevever and wherever
re: "participants strongly controlled"
If you have my personal public key, messages encrypted to me can practicly
and theoretically only be read by me
, rubber hose decryption notwithstanding, it's a [for your eyes only]
I don't know how I would implement this on a many to many communication,
I think you need to establish a trust model
I co-developed a PGP- Blowfish based IRC Chat client that works well on any
IRC network in a one to many model.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Samantha Atkins" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: Singularity: can't happen here
> Robert Coyote wrote:
> > I desire for everyone to use encryption as habit, by default, on
> > to make it a norm and a "given" that its used.
> Cool. But, is there a way to do the equivalent of a mailing
> list with good encryption in place? Does this software exist
> yet? I could see how it is certainly possible by I know of no
> list that practices such. And what would be the point unless
> entry of new participants was strongly controlled? So I assume,
> perhaps wrongly, that the recommendation is not that all types
> of communication be encrypted.
> - samantha
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