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Bill Sommerfeld writes:

>For a good time, read the sections from "The Codebreakers" regarding
>what kind of lengths war-time censors went through to foil
>In this day & age, rearranging the spacing of messages "just for the
>heck of it" would be a rather obvious equivalent to what they did back
>then (BITNET does things like this today just out of sheer
>perversity).  So would scrambling the low-order bits of a sound file.

Good reminder that the opponents may try to foil (or detect) such schemes.

Fortunately, signing such messages will presumably not be illegal (we
hope!) and so alterations will show up immediately and cause howls of

-Tim May

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