October 26, 2015
First of all, if anyone in government service in the national security arena is surprised or shocked by this, please go work somewhere else.If those who are responsible for maintaining connectivity have not been refining our branch plans to respond to this eventuality, will someone please fire them?
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Tue Oct 27 17:40:38 2015 (NwaCa)
The British hauled up and cut a trans-Atlantic cable, too. For the duration of the war, it meant that all trans-Atlantic communications (by everyone) either was radio or courier-carried.
The point, of course, was that if it was radio, it could be intercepted. If it was in a known code, it could be read.
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Tue Oct 27 18:25:29 2015 (+rSRq)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tue Oct 27 23:39:47 2015 (2yngH)
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