Nemo wrote:Go old school pen and paper my friend, all electronic communications are monitored. Since Snowden was in Russia they have started buying typewriters again.
Nemo wrote:PGP has been decrypted in real time since the last century.
Indrajala wrote:I mean think how much we rely on GPS nowadays. Could a bomber squadron hit any targets if the satellites were taken out either directly or through a hacking attack?
kirtu wrote:Sure. Experienced (and that is the key) US, NATO and Russian pilots are not tech dependent and can find their way in the dark.
Indrajala wrote:kirtu wrote:Sure. Experienced (and that is the key) US, NATO and Russian pilots are not tech dependent and can find their way in the dark.
Are navies around the world able to navigate still without the use of GPS, I wonder?
Ramon1920 wrote:Encrypted transmission doesn't work at all when everything is recorded.
Having a separate pc that is not connected to the internet is great for political work.
Sönam wrote:taratata ... the game of war
Dan74 wrote:Could we have some facts? Which private citizens have been "rounded up and silenced" over their peaceful political activity?
Frankly, fellas, a lot of the above reads like paranoia, but maybe this is my antipodean ignorance...
Dan74 wrote:Thank you, Suzanne. I think I will go and buy that signal jammer and maybe they will throw in the internet jammer too. And while I am at it, order some memory pills because I thought that Canada was that big cold country north of the US, kind a mild mannered Americans with moose and those great waterfalls as well as those French-speakers. But the fellow above seems to be describing Iraq or at least Sri Lanka. I'm very confused.
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