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in thread Are our bytes safe from our isp?

Since when using encryption makes you terrorist or pirate? If it is my private data and if I want so it should be nobody f**king business to look on it whenether this nobody is ISP, government or somebody else.

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Are our bytes safe from our isp?
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 14, 2003 at 22:45 UTC

    Umm. I never said that the desire to use encryption makes you a terrorist or a pirate. I didn't even imply it. If that's how you read it, either you have very different definitions for some of the words I used or you, my most humble saint IlyaM, are paranoid as hell. Your data is private. That's completely fine. I never implied that the desire for privacy makes you a terrorist, a pirate, or a CTO for a company bent on...world...domination.....*glances at IlyaM's signature*...nm. Forget I mentioned anything on the subject of privacy. Dodadodado...I know nothing.

    Freaked out as hell,
    Anonymous Nun

      Funny you said I'm paranoid. You reminded me old saying: "just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you".

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