1993-09-30 - fido encryption.

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From: jet@netcom.com (J. Eric Townsend)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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Reply To: <9309300633.AA27652@triton.unm.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1993-09-30 18:36:38 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 30 Sep 93 11:36:38 PDT

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From: jet@netcom.com (J. Eric Townsend)
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 93 11:36:38 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: fido encryption.
In-Reply-To: <9309300633.AA27652@triton.unm.edu>
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J. Michael Diehl writes:
 > 2)   They seem to be afraid to pass/store encrypted messages on their
 > system.  This indicates to me a lack of understanding of the concept of
 > privacy.  They seem to buy into the idea that "only BAD people encrypt
 > email."

However, they do understand the US Gov's policy of 'we found it on
your system, we're taking everything, it doesn't matter if you knew it
was there or not'.