March 28, 2002

Pretty geeky privacy " When Network Associates halted development of its widely respected PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) desktop encryption software in late February, Julian Koh worried about his "postcards."

Koh considers everything that passes across the Internet -- e-mail, mailing list postings, Web pages -- as no more private than postcards that can be read by anyone along their path."


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