[cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
jamesd at echeque.com
Tue Nov 16 17:18:01 EST 2010
On 2010-11-17 5:43 AM, Marsh Ray wrote:
> What I'm saying is that even if the basic math or whatever patents
> aren't expected to hold up, the realities of patent litigation make the
> whole thing $Risky. Even if you prevail in court, it's likely to cost
> you heavily.
True, but that is just business in twenty first century America. Using
one technology rather than another is unlikely to make much difference.
As I posted earlier, the same problem applies to the buildings damaged
and destroyed in 9/11, which is why they are all still down. There is
nothing special about elliptic curves, indeed there is nothing special
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