[Cryptography] Comey: targeted ads => plaintext access

Bill Frantz frantz at pwpconsult.com
Sun Sep 20 00:14:53 EDT 2015

On 9/18/15 at 10:37 PM, hbaker1 at pipeline.com (Henry Baker) wrote:

>However, why should the user trust Google's f(x) not to simply
>send every w back to Google in the clear?

Systems like SES 
<https://code.google.com/p/google-caja/wiki/SES> allow building 
confined environments to run code. If these environments do not 
have access to send network packets, then the confined code can 
not send data to Google (or anyone else).

Left as an exercise for student is assuring that the confined 
environment is correct and is being used correctly. :-)

Cheers - Bill

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