a) you can't log into gmail from a different computer unless you brought your keys with you, because they don't have them; if you lose your keys, you're hosed.
Can have secure encryption at all without the "if you lose your keys, you're hosed" part? I have never seen a solution to this fundamental problem.
Oh, right. The usual answer. Selling our data.
what is so illegal about changing a registry key or value, or creating a registry key?
What is so illegal about changing 0 to 1 and 1 to 0?