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Re: The great GAK crack (making GAK economically impossible) (fwd)




Mark Leighton Fisher <[email protected]> writes:
> If domestic GAK is mandated, my recommendation to my employer will
> be to not transmit anything via the Internet that we wouldn't want
> on the cover of The New York Times (or EE Times).

Excellent advice.  Perhaps you could get them to pass on your planned
recommendations to the GAKkers in DC.

> As a U.S. subsidiary of a foreign corporation, I would not be
> surprised if our communications were decrypted and the contents
> passed along to our U.S. competitors if domestic GAK is mandated.
> (Can you say, "industrial espionage"?  I knew you could.)

I am positive your suspicions are correct.

Adam
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