Re: sending debian-private postings to gmail
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Ian Jackson wrote:
> Kevin B. McCarty writes ("Re: sending debian-private postings to gmail"):
>> Ian Jackson wrote:
>>> distributed to computers whose owners and operators cannot be expected
>>> to refrain from processing the content in other ways.
>> [...] If you are sufficiently paranoid, [...]
> However, it is _not_ silly to observe that Google are counting up how
> many times certain keywords appear and providing reports to their
> advertisers. We don't know exactly what those reports look like but
> it might be quite easy to find out what topics are being discussed on
> It's clear that Google think they have the legal right (given to them
> by the developer-user) to facilitate that and it's also clear that
> they have no particular reason to spend effort thinking about how to
> make it difficult for their advertiser customers to do that kind of
ROT13? Such "encryption" would not hinder the NSA, but would bollox
Google's keyword counting.
Do any modern GUI MUAs do ROT13 anymore?
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