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  1. Summary of this thread: Why is anything on the...

    Summary of this thread: Why is anything on the Internet in cleartext anymore?



    http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?p=21646755#p21646755

    Also:...
  2. We could get netpgp or GnuPG integrated into...

    We could get netpgp or GnuPG integrated into every web browser and webserver. Even through user-installable add-ons and modules, at first.

    http://pkgsrc.se/security/netpgp
    http://www.gnupg.org/
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  3. We need to work on getting everything encrypted....

    We need to work on getting everything encrypted. Then we need to move on to solving the CA problem. Perhaps we could replace SSL/TLS with OpenPGP combined with DNSSEC.

    Out of curiosity, what would...
  4. I just don't want this guy monitoring my...

    I just don't want this guy monitoring my Internet.

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Stephen_Harper

    His government has committed to introducing the bill mentioned above, Bill C-51,...
  5. There are separate SSL classes already, with...

    There are separate SSL classes already, with differences in the way they are shown in the browser. Level 1 could just be classified as being encryption only and shown as such in the browser. ;)
    ...
  6. It's about the same with SSH keys. The only...

    It's about the same with SSH keys. The only alternative would be to encrypt websites using passwords. Which is a HORRIBLE idea.

    We have HTTPS with AES/TLS in all major browsers already. We can...
  7. Just convince Microsoft/Mozilla/Google/OpenSSL to...

    Just convince Microsoft/Mozilla/Google/OpenSSL to include the CAcert root certificate in an software update and we're golden. It's the addition of one file in the program directory.
  8. Think of the crown corporation as more of a...

    Think of the crown corporation as more of a non-partisan website licensing board than anything. It would be similar to the accessibility regulations. It should also only apply to websites owned by...
  9. http://canadianawareness.org/2011/05/meet-the-new-...

    http://canadianawareness.org/2011/05/meet-the-new-bill-c-51/


    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/CAcert.org
  10. We need to make certs free and deprecate HTTP in favour of HTTPS with AES/TLS

    Seems like the tech community at large is strongly in favour of depreciating HTTP for HTTPS with AES/TLS. Like how we depreciated telnet and rsh for SSH a while back.


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    Summary of the events of the past week: ...

    Summary of the events of the past week:

    http://petition.liberal.ca/files/201...onCRTC_UBB.pdf

    That is now the official policy of the Liberal Party, the party in opposition right now in Canada....
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    Open Government

    http://openparliament.ca/about/
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    We've got the support of the Libs:...

    We've got the support of the Libs: http://petition.liberal.ca/crtc-ubb/

    And here comes an election: http://openparliament.ca/bills/votes/1086/
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    https://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/06/business/06digi...

    https://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/06/business/06digi.html?_r=1
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    http://gallery.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/cache/d...

    http://gallery.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/cache/derivative/1/0/1068368.dat



    Not the most flattering pic, but you can't win them all.
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    Broadband nationalization is a desire of the...

    Broadband nationalization is a desire of the creative class, a demographic all the major political parties have ignored.

    We're a bit indifferent at this point about health care, unions, and...
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    Nah. They make globs of money due to the inflated...

    Nah. They make globs of money due to the inflated service charges. For example with cell phones, we pay for every feature in Canada, including all incoming calls, texting both ways, caller ID and...
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    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Bel...

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Bell_Canada#Current_operations
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    They'll still have CTV and all the CTVglobalmedia...

    They'll still have CTV and all the CTVglobalmedia TV channels, all the CHUM channels, The Source retail stores, and the Globe and Mail among many other things. Bell Canada is a pretty big company.
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    Easy to say if you don't live in a rural area and...

    Easy to say if you don't live in a rural area and don't have to maintain a business on crappy Internet (or worse, dial-up).
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