NPR : E-Mail Encryption Rare in Everyday Use

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at
Wed Mar 8 15:00:42 EST 2006

Anton Stiglic wrote:
>> More strongly, if we've never met, and you are not in the habit of
>> routinely signing email, thereby tying a key to your e-persona, it
>> makes no sense to speak of *secure* communication to *you*. 
> Regularly signing email is not necessarily a good idea.  I like to be able
> to repudiate most emails I send...

As previously mentioned, anonymity and repudiability aren't high on my
list of values -- not that anyone cares about my hierarchy of values ;-)

But as promised I did blog about it:


Peter Saint-Andre
Jabber Software Foundation

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