The mail system <firstname.lastname@example.org>: host aboutdebian.com [220.127.116.11] said: 550 No Such User Here -- This electronic message may only be "signed." In order to communicate securely using electronic mail, by the use of encryption, one must have the recipient's "public key," and they must have your public key. My "public key" will be included in-line since choosing to "Put an End to Word Attachments." See Richard Stallman... ...in this case any form of attachments, not only those in proprietary formats. One requires a key pair, public and private, for it to work. See below or elsewhere for details. See https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/ "Email encryption for everyone via [the Free Software Foundation, https://www.fsf.org]" keyserver: pool.sks-keyservers.net Use above to search for someone's public key by entering email address, etc. Also, STARTTLS might facilitate secure communication in a relatively simple manner for one to use, though according to EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) there are some known vulnerabilities that some companies have used.... G/E had been considering Positive Internet for a number of years, and as of March 2015 selected them. The "move" from "host" www.aiso.net ("solar hosting") to www.positive-internet.com is in large part because The Positive Internet Company are quite supportive of GNU/Linux, and acknowledging. Even a note from RMS did not get more prominence for the "name" at the old host. The web site www.goodexample.info had been with www.aiso.net since 28 March 2010. G/E began as "Mainstream" (an overused and understated acceptance of things as they are and unquestioned acceptance or even unrecognized assumptions) Awareness, Refection, and Action: connecting various degrees of active citizens with existing and evolving independent media http://web.archive.org/web/20041015023056/http://lynx.dac.neu.edu/j/jzappia/ in 2004. G/E also considered https://www.webarch.net/n/76, who merged with Ecohost, also simply more of an explicit support of GNU/Linux and the ability to learn more by having shell access, but as noted the choice was Positive Internet, partly because the other choice's support, it is presumed, for those who were not supportive of WikiLeaks.
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