Re: Good article
"If the Times win, how will they stand with people publishing an advert (do they still have a personal column?) with a rather bad haiku "A grey goose in dusky sky. A child cries. No one listens - Baudelaire" What's the problem? It's a code for today's IP address for a hidden kiddiepr0n site!
Except you have to be able to establish that code in the first place, meaning you'd have to have met in person (First Contact Problem) which could expose you to the plods. Plus, something nonsensical like that is going to raise some eyebrows. So it poses an interesting issue: how do you deliver instructions in a non-obvious way (meaning it must look legitimate) to someone you probably never met before?