I’m sure this has long since dawned on all the really smart people, but it’s really starting to become fifty-foot-letters-of-fire-in-the-sky obvious: if you’re sending anything across the Net, why would you ever send it uncompressed? And if you’re sending something to any audience other than the whole world, why would you ever send it unencrypted?


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May 02, 2006
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