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Comment: Re:Share your "encryption network" with Suckerberg (Score 1) 138 138

Anyone who encrypts mail to me does it from their own machines. This is for Facebook mail to you. If a user grabs your keys they can also send you mail directly without going through Facebook.

Facebook lets you control your public keys as if it were any other information: public, friends only, etc.

Comment: It took mine. (Score 1) 138 138

Just added my keys. Not that I care about the notifications that "Billy scored X on Y Game", but anything that obfuscates and encrypts data on the wire is a good thing. It's not just the NSA, how many of you use gmail? This will keep them from scanning your mail.

>In fact I may enable a bunch more useless notifications and set up a rule to delete them at my end as they arrive.

Comment: Re:RTFA (Score 1) 227 227

Any search of how to filter out the "via" proxy on Gmail yields the same thing, it can't be done, which is something that I have scanned for first hand. At least this guy is offering a solution. Your contributions by comparison only smack of petty jealousy. Perhaps you should be the one growing up.

Comment: Re:RTFA (Score 1) 227 227

As long as it works, who cares? Seriously. What I discovered, especially about jobdiva was that you can't filter it through gmail no matter what and they have about the best spam filters going IMHO. Sounds like some sour grapes because you didn't get a slashdot link. Wahhhhh....

A fail-safe circuit will destroy others. -- Klipstein