The Future of <Keygen/>  

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" We are witnessing a complex social hacking attempt of a standards organisation to remove useful public key cryptography from the browsers. You can see how this is happening by the number of misleading arguments provided, references that float in the air, pointers to not yet deployed specs, refusal to argue clearly and openly the case, discussions splintered around groups with partial arguments referencing decisions made in other groups as reasons for the action in a circular way.... Here is Tim Berners-Lee's post to the technical architecture group at the W3C on the subject.

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  • " We are witnessing a complex social hacking attempt of a standards organisation to remove useful public key cryptography from the browsers. You can see how this is happening by the number of misleading arguments provided, references that float in the air, pointers to not yet deployed specs, refusal to argue clearly and openly the case, discussions splintered around groups with partial arguments referencing decisions made in other groups as reasons for the action in a circular way.... Here is Tim Berners-Lee's post to the technical architecture group at the W3C on the subject.
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