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July 13, 2006


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> Equally important, we cover information rights
> management – technology that enables the owner of
> data to control what a recipient can do with the
> data, much in the same way a PDF can be created
> without enabling the recipient to print it.

This sounds remarkably like snake oil, and reading page 75 of the report doesn't shed any more light on a safe way to do this. IRM technology tends to fail as soon as someone takes an interest in attacking it... and once someone has figured out how to break it once, they can share the information far and wide.

Why propose a privacy "solution" that doesn't stand a chance against someone willing to attack it?

The report sounds interesting. I'm going to read it.

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