Re: [obscurity-interest] Prague face-to-face scheduling

Dean Willis <dean.willis@softarmor.com> Fri, 18 March 2011 18:00 UTC

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I confess I did not have that particular definition in mind, but it
certainly represents an interesting use case.

On Mar 18, 2011 12:03 PM, "Eric Brunner-Williams" <ebw@abenaki.wabanaki.net>;
wrote:

I'm assuming that the phrase "counter-communication" refers to interaction
at an institutional "counter", and sensitive data is communicated, e.g.,
personally identifying information and pharmaceutical prescriptions or
banking identifiers, etc.

Is this a correct assumption?

Thanks in advance,
Eric

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