is truecrypt dead?

Sat May 31 22:03:57 PDT 2014

On Sat, May 31, 2014 at 2:53 PM, jim bell <> wrote:
> deliver a copy of that  NSL letter to each of its employees
> Obviously, that news will leak.
> Prosecution of any specific corporate employee will be difficult
> without very detailed evidence.

As in the search results... whoever was leaking employee is
irrelevant, the employee is the corp. If an employee cannot be
found *and* successfully treated separately from the corp, the
corp will take the fall for the leak. The leak is out there, but the
corp dies of negligience or something, rather than from a stand
up principled fight. That's not a win.

> The issue will arise:  Can a corporation legally deliver a copy of
> that NSL to each employee?

Probably depends on how the letter is worded / addressed.
The default sense in absense of such restrictions would seem
to be yes.

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