Signing messages by domain/MRTG

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Wed Jun 19 12:08:28 IST 2002


OK this is getting kinda off topic, but from what I rememer of the
ukcrypto thread the legal bods there decided is would be legally

BUT from I was taught email should be treated as a postcard. Now the
local postman where I grew up (small Yorkshire village) always new where
people had been on the holidays etc as he read all the postcards!

Martin Hepworth
Senior Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic Ltd
+44 (0)1865 842300

Quentin Campbell wrote:
> Martin
> Try for an interesting
> discussion on the subject and many silly examples.
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Martin Hepworth [mailto:martinh at]
>>Sent: 19 June 2002 10:26
>>Subject: Re: Signing messages by domain/MRTG
>>There was an informed discussion on this very subject in the
>>ukcrypto list a couple of years ago. I did a quick google on
>>it but couldn't find anything that looked like the thread I remember
>>Martin Hepworth
>>Senior Systems Administrator
>>Solid State Logic Ltd
>>+44 (0)1865 842300
>>David Sullivan wrote:
>>>>550 Do these disclaimers really have any legal meaning? :)
>>>I believe not, but what is there to say when an auditor
>>says "You must
>>>have a disclaimer" Arguments such as the above are just
>>buried under
>>>"Oh we'll do it just in case ..."
>>>David Sullivan        IT Services, Barnet College, London
>>>                      David.Sullivan at
>>>                      020 8275 5036

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