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Cypherpunks mailing list starts in Japan




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From: "Sh.Hanabusa" <[email protected]>
Subject: Cypherpunks mailing list starts in Japan

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News.

Today we have a new mailing list "cypherpunks-j". (for Japanese and English)
It is hosted by Joichi Ito.
This is the first step for cypherpunk movement in Japan.
I hope this list changes this country.

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> Subject: [cpj:65] welcome to cypherpunks-j
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> so... this is the new list... lets see if it works.
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> I made it cypherpunks-j, but I put cpj in the subject... what do you think?
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> I hope this works...
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>  - Joi
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