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Nominee For Email Of The Year

Anybody that knows me knows that 99.999999% of the time any email I get that says or in any way implies that it should be forwarded on is going to hit my trash folder fast enough to leave a trail of Cherenkov radiation and set off neutrino detectors all over the planet.  I’m actually that […]

Anonymous Email Review –

Over the years I’ve seen a lot of sites that offer the visitor the ability to send emails that they promote as being anonymous.  Unfortunately, most of them offer very little if any actual anonymity at all.

Anonymous Email – Step Three: Adding Mixmaster

In a previous entry I gave a brief introduction and installation guide to Jack B. Nymble, a client program for sending anonymous email.  Once the program is installed and it’s stats are refreshed.  It’s possible to send anonymous email. However as it is so far, it’s limited to using Type I (Cypherpunk) remailers.  By adding […]

The Growing British Police State

I think it’s pretty much recognized by a lot of people that over the last several years Britain has been becoming more and more of a police state.  From closed circuit tv cameras all over the place not only in the cities but also watching the highways to passing laws that allow them to demand your encryption keys and passwords anytime they *think* they might have a cause (and throwing you in jail for two years if you don’t snap to and hand ’em over).

Privacy At Risk Under Obama?

On Jan 14, Eric Holder, the new attorney general, testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Holder said the Obama administration is going to defend the 2008 amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that immunizes telecommunications companies from lawsuits over their involvement in the Bush administration’s illegal surveillance of the telephone and Internet communications of ordinary Americans.