International Association for Cryptologic Research

Welcome to the 13th electronic issue of the IACR Newsletter!

While preparing this issue, I was wondering how many IACR members actually read the newsletter in text format as sent in the email. The email is sent at the same time when the new issue goes up on the web, and I understand that many readers working through their email inboxes take it as the opportunity to read the newsletter on the web. Fact is, converting the web newsletter to ASCII text for the email takes some extra time and effort, which I may want to cut down in the future. And I believe there aren't many people with access to Internet email but no web browser -- ?

Please let me know your opinion on this:

  • If you don't read the newsletter in the email, and can live with a reminder email, then click here and send email to newsletter@iacr.org with subject "R" (like reminder).
  • If you read the newsletter in the body of the email, and want us to continue this, then click here and send email to newsletter@iacr.org with subject "F" (like full text).

    I'll report on your answers in the next issue. (I'll also learn how many of you read this ...)

    In any case, please send your contributions to the Newsletter to

    newsletter@iacr.org

    The next issue of the IACR Newsletter is scheduled for publication in February 2003. However, announcements will be posted on the IACR Website as soon as possible.

    Christian Cachin
    IACR Newsletter Editor

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