On Sat, 30 Dec 2006, Jeroen Massar wrote:
> If the computer is not secured, then everything you type can and
> will be hold against you ;)
Actually, legal precedent is the exact opposite: If the computer is
not secured, then everything you typ potentially can not be
sufficiently proven to have been typed by you so as to be held
IOW: If you want plausible deniability, keep your computers and
networks slightly /insecure/.
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