On 13-11-29 08:21 PM, Brett Delmage wrote:
I guess all of these could be suitable if you don't care about having
your subscribers' privacy violated via the U.S. Patriot Act. i.e.
If anyone has been following the revelations on Bruce Schneier's blog
and Security Focus, the NSA has been sniffing out mailing lists and
traffic internal to Google's private networks inside and outside the US
borders. Fundamentally if you don't want information leakage, run your
own very well secured server and restrict communications to only
controlled configuration clients with good quality encryption. Aside
from that, forget about it.
If you don't want to get wet, don't go outside when it's raining. If you
don't want information leakage, don't go on the Internet. There is no
security any more. Even if you do everything right, poorly configured
clients can leak information outside their end of the tunnel.
Canada is not long behind the US in it's destruction of privacy. The new
cyberbullying legislation has had all kinds of nasty provisions duct
taped to it by the government to allow legal, unwarranted access to
anything. I'm all for protecting kids from bullies, but not at the
expense of privacy breaches without warrants or due process.