On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 05:35:14 -0700 David Southwell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I agree and they do BUT they need a warrant to do so!! That is the > safeguard. > > With the internet no warrant is needed. There is no protection for > civil liberties as applies with pohysical mail. First of all, this is not a civil liberties issue. Are you so naive that you honestly believe that by using a dynamic IP rather than securing a static one or using your hosts mail service that you have made the interception and viewing of your mail by someone other than its intended recipient impossible? Furthermore, what are you transmitting that makes you so paranoid? Why not just use some form of encryption if you are so paranoid? Your claim of civil liberties is bogus. Consider the rights of other users, in this case the Postfix mailing list, that does not want to be inundated with SPAM and accordingly blocks mail from sites that fail authentication tests. In your case, reverse DNS. -- Gerard [EMAIL PROTECTED] She won' go Warp 7, Cap'n! The batteries are dead!
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