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Re: (eternity) mailing list and activity

[email protected] writes:
> On 11 Jan 1998 18:48:24 -0600, Adam Back <[email protected]> wrote:
> [secret splitting eternity data on servers]
> What prevents the operator of such a server from being charged with
> "conspiracy to provide child porn" or whatever?  

I expect so.  I also expect the spooks will be the ones submitting the
child porn to the service.

> If he is holding a portion of such contraband, isn't he as liable as
> if he was holding the whole article(s)?

RICO may make holding a portion worse than the whole thing as it may
then be construed as a conspiracy, RICO allowing asset forfeiture.

Alternatively holding a portion makes it more difficult for the
attacker to determine who the holders are, and to mount a
multi-jurisdictional attack (eg seizing disks in multiple countries).

Not sure how it would work out in practice.

Now officially an EAR violation...
Have *you* exported RSA today? --> http://www.dcs.ex.ac.uk/~aba/rsa/

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