>or perhaps, that building tools that actually solve these problems
>as opposed to chipping away at the edges is (a) fundamentally difficult
>(b) requires many kinds of expertise, most of them scarce, (c) has
>been frustrated by governments and patent holders who were bent
>on trying to control things, and (d) has not kept pace with the
>development of the 'net.

OK, I'll call it quits now, before we begin to explore who has 
contributed to addressing these problems in any visible fashion, and 
what the relative levels of security expertise are among the folks 
sending these messages.


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