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Re: Are booby-trapped computers legal?
In message <[email protected]>, [email protected] writes:
>People who go round drawing parallels to gun ownership and cryptography
>ownership are simply playing into the governments hands.
That could well be. (that's a crypto relivant as this message
gets - sorry)
> Cryptography has net
>benefits to society. Most advocates of gun ownership tend to convince me of
>little more than they are a danger to society. Regardless of their case they a
>the biggest argument for gun control, and therfore poor advocates of their
I'm sorry to see you say that, but rather then argue here I'll provide
a pointer to a fine set of arguments "A Nation of Cowards" by Jeffrey R.
Snyder (the "nation" it refers to is the USA, not the UK). Available
via the web <http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~karl/firearms/cowards.html>, enjoy