1996-02-07 - Re: paper on remailers in the intelligence community

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From: tbyfield@panix.com (t byfield)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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Raw Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 07:58:02 +0800

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From: tbyfield@panix.com (t byfield)
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 07:58:02 +0800
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: paper on remailers in the intelligence community
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>        It's an interesting viewpoint.. salient quotes:

        Surely you jest. It's one of the weirdest hodgpodges of inane free
association I've ever read. The authors are a couple of regular Jack D.
Rippers. Highlights:

>Since biblical times, crimes have been deterred by the prospects of punishment.

>In many respects, the avoidance of technical discussions about some of the
>pathological aspects of the Internet remind me of the state of medical
>diagnosis prior to the recognition that bacteriology, prophylactics and
>inoculation can be only applied following the acceptance of rigorous,
>analytic and experimental disciplines.

>One of the most prominent anonymous re-mailers is <anon.penet.fi> is in
>Finland. It is frequently used by the Russian (ex-KGB) criminal element.

        When is a troll not a troll?
        When it's a_gnom_inous@c2.org.