[RC5] After what time period does information loss its sensitivity?
Lionel Elie Mamane
Lionel_Mamane at csi.com
Sun Jun 6 21:18:06 EDT 1999
Tom Goulet wrote:
> Firstly, there are many things that never lose it's sensitivity.
> Example: Coca-Cola's secret recipe.
OK, that may never lose it's sensivity, but ...
> Example: Secret, private letters to your significant other.
> Example: Messages sent to or from your attorney that could possibly be
Those lose their sensivity after YOUR lifespan, or your children's. So
something like 100 or 150 years should be enough for those, or am I wrong?
For the comment what does it cost to encrypt it more secure than needed, I
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