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Another year, another archive key so you know the 7EEFD8EC key is from Webconverger.
4198 920B 166E 4256 B26E E6AB E3C6 58D6 7EEF D8EC
hendry@x61 ~$ wget -q http://debian.webconverger.com/archive-key.asc -O /dev/stdout | gpg pub 1024D/7EEFD8EC 2009-04-07 Webconverger Archive Automatic Signing Key <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub 2048g/5CBB8700 2009-04-07 [expires: 2011-04-07]
If you track todo you'll notice I've added IN DAILY to:
- disabling right click
- setting the UA to Firefox 2
- disabling the wireless convenience feature to join any open AP -- a bad default
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install tor iceweasel-torbutton privoxy
Install the privoxy default maintainer's configuration if asked.
sudo su -c "echo forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 . >> /etc/privoxy/config" sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart
This might help improve your privacy from the lunacy of the EU Data Retention Directive. I personally find using Tor) unusable. It's just too slow. So in this case I don't think technology will save us. You should instead politely lobby your local European government representative.