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	I'm not convinced I understand your concept of CCNs.

	Are you thinking of CCNs that travel through the world to arrive
at a certificate user unannounced?  This is the wandering anti-matter
which bothers me so much.

	Alternatively, I can understand a data object like your CCN:
a) for communicating between two copies of a replicated database;
b) as one possible reply to an on-line test.

	If cancellation notice is:
1) sucked from a server by the cert user, not given to him asynchronously, and
2) given its own validity interval
then I can understand how to process it.  If it's wandering anti-matter, then
I see it as a violation of data-driven programming rules.

 - Carl

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