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5-17-2010 @ 11:38AM
No, you are correct, the fact that it is not for me does not mean that it isn't for anyone.It is restricting it's use to only extremely trusted individuals that makes it not for anyone. My argument is that anyone that you trust enough to use this service's lax security and privacy with, you should already have a myriad of communication channels with. To put it another way, the people who RealID targets, are the people who need it the least (if at all).
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