[Rushtalk] Thoughts

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Wed Aug 21 09:42:18 MDT 2013

I believe our "security"(spy) agencies were in on the ground floor of the encryption business. They probably laugh whenever someone buys one of their products.   As far as being targeted as for being conservative that horse is out of the barn too.  Every click we make online paints that picture. When I googled a replacement gasket for mom's old pressure cooker flags had to go up.    On the slim chance you're not a watch list just use encryption, and be on the mother of all watch lists.

Most importantly, I don't write anything you don't want them to read.  Once they get you to whisper in the alley you've surrendered.   Is that really free speech anymore?     Let them hear it... in their face.... loud and clear...   



 From: Dennis Putnam <dap1 at bellsouth.net>
To: Open discussion of current events <RUSHTALK at csdco.com> 
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 9:06 AM
Subject: [Rushtalk] Thoughts

Given the scope of what we now know about NSA spying and that we can
easily surmise there is lots more we don't know, I am curious why more
people are not using strong encryption for their email such as GPG.

It also occurs to me, that since conservatives are being specifically
targeted, perhaps this list should adopt encryption. There exists a 3rd
party package that is supposed to work with mailman that will do
precisely that.

Just thinking out loud.

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