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== Infos zur Sicherheit ==
 
== Infos zur Sicherheit ==
 
* [http://www.immerda.ch/index.php/PGPgenkey Immerda Anleitung zur email-Verschluesselung]
 
* [http://www.immerda.ch/index.php/PGPgenkey Immerda Anleitung zur email-Verschluesselung]
* [http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-current.html Bruce Schneier's  Crypto-Gram Newsletter] - ein Newsletter in Englisch zu Sicherheitsthemen, ein kurzer Ausschnitt bzgl. Athen:
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* [http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-current.html Bruce Schneier's  Crypto-Gram Newsletter] - ein Newsletter in Englisch zu Sicherheitsthemen v.a. der USA, trotzdem lesenswert!, ein kurzer Ausschnitt bzgl. Athen:
"No major security incidents happened this year at the Olympics. As a result, major security contractors will tout that result as proof that $1.5 billion was well-spent on security. What it really shows is how quickly $1.5 billion can be wasted on security. Now that the Olympics are over and everyone has gone home, the world will be no safer for spending all the money. That's a shame, because that $1.5 billion could have bought the world a lot of security if spent properly."
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"No major security incidents happened this year at the Olympics.  
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As a result, major security contractors will tout that result  
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as proof that $1.5 billion was well-spent on security. What it  
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really shows is how quickly $1.5 billion can be wasted on security.  
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Now that the Olympics are over and everyone has gone home, the  
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world will be no safer for spending all the money. That's a  
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shame, because that $1.5 billion could have bought the  
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world a lot of security if spent properly."

Version vom 17. September 2004, 02:50 Uhr

Infos zur Sicherheit

"No major security incidents happened this year at the Olympics. 
As a result, major security contractors will tout that result 
as proof that $1.5 billion was well-spent on security. What it 
really shows is how quickly $1.5 billion can be wasted on security. 
Now that the Olympics are over and everyone has gone home, the 
world will be no safer for spending all the money. That's a 
shame, because that $1.5 billion could have bought the 
world a lot of security if spent properly."