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Re: a blackmail opportunity
In message <[email protected]> you write:
>perfect prelude to blackmail. An unscrupulous person running a
>remailer can obviously keep records of truenames, along with
>messages that their senders do not want associated with them.
That's why you use more than one remailer and you encrypt the messages.
This guards against single-point failures...
>Always encrypting helps with mail, but not with news.
Why? One layer of encription is stripped by each remailer. Use
three layers of encription and three remailers: The first remailer
will know that you sent something encripted; the third will see the
message and the destination but not know that you were the author.