a president's low tech life

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a president's low tech life

Postby TerraFrost » Sun Nov 16, 2008 5:56 pm

Before [Barack Obama] arrives at the White House, he will probably be forced to sign off [of his BlackBerry]. In addition to concerns about e-mail security, he faces the Presidential Records Act, which puts his correspondence in the official record and ultimately up for public review, and the threat of subpoenas. A decision has not been made on whether he could become the first e-mailing president, but aides said that seemed doubtful.


He hopes to have a laptop computer on his desk in the Oval Office, making him the first American president to do so.

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Seriously, though, it doesn't seem like all this is really necessary. Want to record everything everything for public review? Write and install a keylogger or something. Use a proxy to channel data through, importing private keys into the proxy as necessary so that they can decrypt / encrypt data as necessary.
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