[Standards] Standards Digest, Vol 137, Issue 19

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Mon Apr 20 12:26:15 UTC 2015


1. Re: off-server archives with MAM (Goffi)

2015-04-19 20:00 GMT+08:00, standards-request at xmpp.org
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> Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2015 22:11:52 +0200
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> Subject: Re: [Standards] off-server archives with MAM
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> On 18/04/2015 11:03, Dave Cridland wrote:
>> Between XEP-0355 and carbons, I think you're covered already, at first
>> thought.
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> Indeed the XEP-0355 has a mechanism to delegate MAM (or something else)
> to any entity under the control of the user. The issue here is that the
> data still go through the server.
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> In France they have just voted a new law to allow "black box" to spy at
> the ISP/hosting level, so even if the archives are under user control,
> that doesn't prevent any data logging. I guess the old e2e encryption
> question need a solution really quickly.
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> XEP-0355/Carbon + some e2e encryption XEP would allow to keep MAM and
> eveything under user control, at the price of some ping-pong with the data.
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