Re: Security (was Re: Style Sheets for HTML) (HALLAM-BAKER Phillip)
Date: Tue, 31 May 1994 23:35:29 +0200
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From: (HALLAM-BAKER Phillip)
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Subject: Re: Security (was Re: Style Sheets for HTML)
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In article <> you write:

|>I think the "chunking" idea is still the way to go.  Any useful browser
|>under the current window systems will let the user copy the information
|>somehow (even if has to be screen-shot by screen-shot).  Just a basic
|>fact-of-life/feature/opportunity/bug in computing.

Nope, disabling the copy screen operation will be a requirement to get 
compliance certification for the security extensions. Without that nobody
will install the browser at a secure site for access to secure data.

Phillip M. Hallam-Baker

Not Speaking for anyone else.