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This removes a mainstay of current IT confidentiality. Are there workarounds in place? Or does this potentially break a major modern assumption — that we can secure information wherever we are?
In the 1990s the U.S. government tried to force the use of SkipJack, an encryption mechanism that would have led to all private sector encryption keys being escrowed. That escrow would have been a major target for espionage and terrorism. The US learned from this mistake, but are other regions doomed to repeat it?"
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Managed 4 hours 35 in the London Marathon
Got a new kitten (grey persian with bold tiger stripes)
Upgraded to a Subaru Impreza Turbo - wheeeeee
Well, I'm in training for the London Marathon this year, having had a pretty poor Edinburgh Marathon in 2003 (got cramp at 11 miles and couldn't shift it, so hobbled in at 6 hours!!!!) so I'm hoping for around a four hour time.