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Re: The problem of playing politics with our constitutional rights



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In <[email protected]>, on 09/12/97 
   at 11:04 AM, Lizard <[email protected]> said:

>I wonder if the government could 'sell' GAK to liberals, at least the 
>dumber ones (not anyone on this list), by saying, "And we'll use it  to
>make sure that information collected about you on the web isn't  used
>improperly!" (I mean, if businesses encrypt their internal 
>communications unbreakably, things like civil rights suits and the  Pinto
>'smoking gun' will be harder to prove as well. )

I am sure there are a few Liberal stooges that have alread been sold that
bill of goods. Several names come to mind but I'll leave that as an
exercise for the reader. :)

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