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Privacy Attacks - $100 Reward Offered


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Media Advisory: A Challenge!

Privacy Attacks - $100 Reward Offered

"Governments intends to monitor e-mail in order to stop crime," notes Libertarianz spokesman Michael Koziarski. "I have two major problems with that," he says, "and a reward."

First, the problems:

1. If e-mail monitoring was actually possible, then where's my privacy gone? And what about my access to various cigar websites?

2. This:

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hQEOA3RlNZhtN5wMEAP/dy4rCb9HP4nbfUv1/q65XbbuOEhb0XCt7uKK4EGpnPeO EI9RNptbbTpXwumpPKSuV9pp3bsps3r/dHSwhNAfrFU2XdK2zc1Obc+Me8p/M0VJ L+k4RNKK0TmsYGi0c8CQb/qvCEYfW/kIeIuf+XxchjqUsnxaVyKX3QuVUXc5RJUE AIV0YgA/AQMS25qtB7PMTMG2CK5uWPZW9XgQ4TtZwUKw2vcBL2ow12cUGp9E6jmW iCx40iVayqQ4byb3EY0LnW4W3mKg/JWk0cSazovrGzpVVqiDsGkiNEicGbfS7ge8 +w9V4VY20qhzZ6E7jJ3e9R3yNJcY7vGxpz5Mrl8YgwXtyYmOchZPFy5DYk8cQci5 4ejHbX8Z/ejPYQ5qKM51tN8ooY4XydW3vQvDMCw63L0xsyklHSsVNwfFwMIwz7Zo qjISpD2e23x+ApnOGBtcT0Qie8sRT8WQIMwM+Rd/PSjmGVvB3wVGfWZ1KpdaUYGt mluKqdWD60N8u8TwBHWcM/L5fW8zYE6rPLeeSQ== =jtJm
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"I will give $100 to anyone who can translate this message and send me the plaintext. The public key is available at

http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/koz/key.asc

The software used to do this is freely available and can be operated through a plug-in for most e-mail programs".

END

For further information please contact:

Michael Koziarski koz@paradise.net.nz


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