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From: shrdlu at (Etaoin Shrdlu)
Subject: The Return of Carolyn Meinel (was Re:  ron1n phone 
 home...) wrote:
> > I can promise you that there is NO connection between Jay and CM.
> > They're on completely opposite ends of the clue spectrum, CM
> > representing one of the very few extant examples of an almost total
> > clue vacuum.
> Definitely - look at the sender domain and you know what pranksters are
> behind this.
> Cheers, j.

Thanks, guys. I'm usually not so easily surprised. I'd just ignored the
posts until Curt Purdy <purdy at> replied, at which time I went
back and reread them. I've got nothing but respect for Jay; he's a sharp
guy. Hence the amazed confusion at seeing as an
apparently valid email address.

It's just as well I'd replied, just in case some poor innocent was
considering anything in either of those as worthwile. Who knows? Perhaps a
couple of newcomers to the field went off and wandered through the
attrition archives. Plenty to see; it's a good education, of sorts. For
those to whom those pages had all new (or mostly new) information, next
stop is Bruce Schneier and back issues of Cryptogram. Then go visit
cryptome. Finding any of those is an exercise to the reader.

Lisa Dean, chief privacy officer for the Transportation Security
Administration, applauded (Google acquiring Acxiom), noting that the
CDI system would be designed to detect terrorist conversations in 
Gmail (also Google) and forward the relevant email correspondence to
law enforcement.               -*-No Comment-*-

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