He has been signing somewhat unfrequently my history reveals, but yes we should take that more seriously. Otherwise it's meaningless to use it at all. His last warrant canary was yesterday, maybe it's cuz he's traveling. On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 08:37:22 -0400 "Alain Forget" <aforget@xxxxxxx> wrote: > Oh God! He's already been served a secret warrant!! Damn, the MIB does NOT > mess around. > > (I joke, but...perhaps it's not that farfetched of a possibly :-s) > > Alain > > -----Original Message----- > From: ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > [mailto:ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Niklas Lemcke - ??? > Sent: Sunday, June 15, 2014 08:32 > To: ciphershed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: [ciphershed] Re: CipherShed non-profit > > Bill: what happened to your signature & warrant canary? > > On Sun, 15 Jun 2014 06:13:11 -0400 > Bill Cox <waywardgeek@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > There has been discussion about becoming a non-profit organization. > > Here in the US, legally, we already are: > > > > http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/what-an-unincorporated-nonprofit-association.html > > > > "But, if the purpose for the association is to benefit the public some > > way, and does not include earning a profit, the association’s members > > have formed an unincorporated nonprofit association. People form > > nonprofit unincorporated associations all the time; often without being > > aware of it. For example, if you and several of your neighbors get > > together to help raise funds to keep your local library branch open, > > you’ve formed an unincorporated nonprofit association." > > > > Basically, whether or not we call ourselves a non-profit, legally that's > > just what we are here in the US. Should we incorporate inorder to > > protect ourselves from personal liability? If that were important, I > > would expect lawyers to do it when they form non-profits. What form of > > non-profit would lawyers choose? Until very recently, the American Bar > > Association was an unincorporated non-profit! Here is a list of some > > unincorporated non-profits in North Carolina: > > > > http://www.secretary.state.nc.us/corporations/nonincprofit.aspx > > > > There is a right time to incorporate. Most people choose to incorporate > > too soon, thinking that they gain some sort of legal protection. The > > protections from incorporating are a lot less than most people think, > > and doing it wrong carries considerable liability on it's own. > > > > Bill > > > > > -- Niklas At the time of writing, no warrants have ever been served to me, Niklas Lemcke, nor am I under any personal legal compulsion concerning the CipherShed project. I do not know of any searches or seizures of my assets.
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