1997-07-31 - Re: Denning backs away from GAK

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From: Declan McCullagh <declan@pathfinder.com>
To: Eric Murray <ericm@lne.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1997-07-31 17:47:38 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 1 Aug 1997 01:47:38 +0800

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From: Declan McCullagh <declan@pathfinder.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Aug 1997 01:47:38 +0800
To: Eric Murray <ericm@lne.com>
Subject: Re: Denning backs away from GAK
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BTW, Will R did a piece a month or so ago on Denning's shifting stance.
Maybe I should call her up and press her for details.


At 08:46 -0700 7/31/97, Eric Murray wrote:
>"Encrypt expert revises views
>Authorities crack codes on their own"
>By Simpson Garfinkel, special to the Mercury News
>"A key academic supporter of the Clinton administrations position in the
>debate over controls on encryption software has found that the
>scrambling techniques widely used today have not shielded criminals from
>law enforecement authorities.  As a result, she is backing off from
>her long-held belief that controls on strong encryption are essential
>to fight crime"
>            Eric Murray    ericm@lne.com      ericm@nabletech.com
>PGP keyid:E03F65E5 fingerprint:50 B0 A2 4C 7D 86 FC 03  92 E8 AC E6 7E 27
>29 AF

Declan McCullagh
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