Changes To Experiment: mmmv_symsig_t1
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   132    132   <h1>Who Might want to use such a System</h1>
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   134         -<div><b>Only freelancers and privacy advocates.&nbsp;</b></div>
          134  +<div><b>Only freelancers and privacy advocates that have the monetary means to
          135  +physically meet the KXSs.</b>&nbsp;The need to physically meet the KXSs forbids
          136  +worldwide adoption by free software developers, because travelling costs and
          137  +not everybody is able to travel everywhere even, when money is not an issue<i>(read:
          138  +the Edward Snowden &nbsp;case, visas, etc.)</i>.</div>
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   139    143   <div>Megacorporations &nbsp;want to spy on their salary slaves, generally known
   140    144   as "employees", and this system, if properly implemented and used, prevents the
   141    145   spying. Banks that use checks in stead of pin calculators in 2017 certainly
   142    146   could not care less about securing their IT-systems and business processes.
   143    147   Medical institutions resort to comfort, because according to them the "public
   144    148   key cryptography works just fine" and many hospitals have pretty crappy