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Re: Judicial Access to Keys (Was: Re: Banque des Cypherpunks)
Scott Brickner writes:
> I don't rember if any key-splitting schemes currently allow it, but how
> about this: the escrow agencies would be the courts, requiring one
> assent from each judge on the appeals chain. As each judge rules
> against the defendant or denies the appeal, he adds his piece of the
> key to the ruling. When you reach the top of the chain, then *and only
> then* can you be traced.
JAK (Judicial Access to Keys) sounds as though it wouldn't give the LEAs a
chance to pre-emptively snoop on message traffic before prosecution, unlike
POTS wiretaps and Clipper. I don't see the govt. ever favoring such a
scheme that doesn't help the LEAs to "gather" evidence to justify an
indictment. They will probably skip JAK instead <ducking ;>....
-Futplex <[email protected]>