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Re: [dvd-discuss] [dvd=discuss] Witholding access to a key equals shredding

Christopher Wolf, co-chair of technology litigation
                    and policy at the Proskauer Rose law firm, says
                    e-mail users are better off watching what they say
                    "rather than coming up with gimmicks to avoid
                    having records." 

That's abou the only think that's come out of Proskauer Rose that I can 
agree with....

mickey <mickeym@mindspring.com>
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        Subject:        [dvd-discuss] [dvd=discuss] Witholding access to a key equals shredding

This is an interesting aricle about "email shredding" by sending 
encrypted email with a revocable key.


The article raises some questions near the end, but I don't think it 
addresses what would happen if the recipient unscrambled it without a key.