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Request to mailing list cryptography rejected



On Fri, 23 Mar 2018 19:06:05 -0400
grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 6:06 PM,  <cryptography-owner at metzdowd.com>
> wrote:
> > Posting of your message titled "Re: [Cryptography] Blockchain
> > currencies: The Death of 1000 Cuts"
> >
> > Posting of your message titled "Cryptonomics, Digital Trust, Case
> > of Short Behaviour in the Trading Pit"
> >
> > has been rejected by the list moderator.  The moderator gave the
> > following reason for rejecting your request:
> >
> > "We're basically holding off on currency discussions."


	priceless. But take into account that the 'cryptography'
	mailing list is the True Heir to the cpunks mailing list, john
	gilmore said so, IIRC. 

	also take into account that the owner of the list can censor
	anyboady because he has the g'd given divine right to own
	people that post on 'his' list. By posting (or trying...) on
	'his' list you become the property of that metzger scumbag and
	can say only what he allows you to say.

	also take into account that the most arbitrary forms of
	censorship are also the most perfect forms of 'freedom'!!, because 
	'property owners' can do whatever the fuck they want. See topic
	on 'private' roads. What are you, a  commie who
	belives in free speech? 



	
> 
> It is hypocritical to allow and approve threads and posts 


	nah, you don't understand just how godly the supreme powers of
	'property owners' are. 


> that
> start, continue, and subthread such discussions per charter,
> then censor others that do the same thing, especially so
> when exacted upon those simply countering other posters
> thoughts and data that were so approved. See archives
> below.
> 
> "Cryptography" is a... mailing list devoted to cryptographic
> technology and its *political impact*. Occasionally... more
> generally... *security and privacy technology* and its *impact*
> "On topic" discussion includes technical aspects of cryptosystems,
> *social repercussions of cryptosystems*, and the *politics* of
> cryptography such as export controls or *laws*
> 
> If you want to censor and pare the list down to some purer
> narrower form of "cryptography tech" talk only, which would surely
> be a fine resource, feel free, there's a long way to go there...
> starting with the charter and all the other posters equally.
> 
> Lots of off topic material here...
> http://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/
> 
> Note there also no *cryptography* or "security" or "privacy"
> of TLS over, or PKI signatures present on, the archive files either.