Encryption Privacy for Digitized Money

Jeff Davis eagle at deeptht.armory.com
Wed Mar 30 13:04:07 PST 1994

Howdy Stanton,

I'm going to see Thomas M. Hoenig, Federal Reserve Bankf Kansas City
President, (1 of 12 in the US), in a public forum Tuesday, 5 April.
I need a crash course in encryption privacy for credit card use and
digitized financial transactions.  Given the opportunity to ask a
pointed question or two in a room full of people, I'll have about 3
minutes to gain a room full of converts, and perhaps Hoenig.

I have to be polished and precise.  Please help.  

PGP PUBLIC KEY available via finger- don't email home without it! 
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"In a Time/CNN poll of 1,000 Americans conducted last week by Yankelovich
Partners, two-thirds said it was more important to protect the privacy of
phone calls than to preserve the ability of police to conduct wiretaps.
When informed about the Clipper Chip, 80% said they opposed it."
- Philip Elmer-Dewitt, "Who Should Keep the Keys", TIME, Mar. 14 1994

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