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Re: LEOs running anon servers?
This claim was made at a symposium held at Harvard by a sometime lecturer
at the National Defense college. He later denied it. Since lots of other
things he said in the same lecture were plainly false (more likely his
ignorance than a clever attempt to spread FUD), I wouldn't lose sleep over
Anyway, who cares -- you just use encryption and chaining and all is well.
for more info.
On Tue, 10 Sep 1996, Andrew Fabbro wrote:
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> On Mon, 9 Sep 1996, Dr.Dimitri Vulis KOTM wrote:
> > There
> > are a number of anonymous remailers out in cyberspace, but it has been
> > stated by a knowledgeable source that a number of them are being operated
> > by law enforcement agencies (presumably to troll for criminal activity). A
> Can someone verify/discredit/comment on this statement? Who is the
> knowledgeable source?
> Andrew Fabbro [[email protected]] http://www-personal.umich.edu/~afabbro/
> PGP mail preferred; finger [email protected] for key
> "A good marketing organization listens to its customers...WE HEAR YOU!"
> - the National Security Agency
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