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[messaging] Modern anti-spam and E2E crypto

September 9th, 2014
- how does antispam currently work at large email providers - how would widespread E2E crypto affect this - what are the options for moving things to the client (and pros, cons) - is this feasible for email? - How do things change when moving from email to other sorts of async messaging (e.g. text messaging) or new protocols - i.e. are there unique aspects of existing email protocols, or are these general problems? // I worked at Google for about 7.5 years. For about 4.5 of those I worked on the Gmail abuse team, which is very tightly linked with the spam team (they use the same software, share the same on-call rotations etc). //

[messaging] Modern anti-spam and E2E crypto

September 9th, 2014
- how does antispam currently work at large email providers - how would widespread E2E crypto affect this - what are the options for moving things to the client (and pros, cons) - is this feasible for email? - How do things change when moving from email to other sorts of async messaging (e.g. text messaging) or new protocols - i.e. are there unique aspects of existing email protocols, or are these general problems? // I worked at Google for about 7.5 years. For about 4.5 of those I worked on the Gmail abuse team, which is very tightly linked with the spam team (they use the same software, share the same on-call rotations etc). //

Simpson’s paradox – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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