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The mail handling stuff we discussed at the last cypherpunks meeting
will implement what you requested. The particular thing that hadn't
occurred to me in what you said is that a mailing list supplier could
provide those extra services of anonymity in a way very accessible to
users of the mailing list. That could make such anonymity slightly
easier to spread.
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Hackers, Crackers We always used to distinguish hackers from crackers. But cracking reveals the cracks in a way that nothing else does. It makes them real, sometimes laughably or painfully so. Electronic privacy is currently a joke. It's bad. You need to know what kinds of attacks you're trying to defend against. I used to think those arguments were rationalizations. Now I'm glad there are people who know this stuff, who are actually doing it. Some of "them" are on what I think of as the good side, and "we" need that kind of knowledge, if only as an occasional splash of cold water, a spur (to switch metaphorical, er, horses in mid, um, stream).
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