jonfarmer at enta.net
Thu Aug 12 17:01:23 BST 2004
Peter Evans wrote:
> If they haven't implemented real-time monitoring of ISP messages then they're
> still 'vulnerable' to time sensitive data being distributed in message
> content that cannot be accessed easily. I've seen a few people advocating
> removing this possible vulnerability, citing it as a tool that undesirable
> elements could exploit. I don't think it's going to get that far, but I do
> see the central repository idea becoming popular again.
Well as I understand it in regards to PGP. If a warrant is issued on one
of the following grounds.
1. Interest of National Security
2. Deduction or Prevention Of A Crime
3. Interest of UK economy.
4. David Blunkett sneezes.
then a key holder is obliged to release the private key and any
assoicated keys or passphrases.
Entanet International Ltd
GPG Fingerprint ABCB 6E92 59B8 001F FE9C 0817 A2D6 0151 FF49 9040
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