[cryptography] Is the NSA now a civilian intelligence agency? (Was: Re: Snowden: Fabricating Digital Keys?)
grarpamp at gmail.com
Mon Jul 1 20:46:30 EDT 2013
> Whereas the
> incentive to keep the secret from spilling is so strong that it should
> act as a moderator on its operators.
... against use outside of its original scope/parties. I can see that.
Time and history tends to expose everything though. And in the present,
not knowing what we don't know makes these models hard to evaluate.
> Sorry for the OT chatter.
Similarly, guilty here as well. Off like a Spartan to Cali :)
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