NPR : E-Mail Encryption Rare in Everyday Use

Florian Weimer fw at
Sat Mar 4 10:38:24 EST 2006

* Bill Stewart:

> Or you could try using the Google Keyserver -
>   just because there isn't one
> doesn't mean you can't type in "9E94 4513 3983 5F70"
> or 9383DE06   or   bob at "PGP Key"
> and see what's in Google's cache.

What a peculiar advice.  We know for sure that Google logs these
requests and stores them indefinitely. 8-(

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