| | Re: Telephone calls and privacy from security forces
On 02/28/2011 01:16 AM, Paulg0 wrote:
> "john reves" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> With recent political troubles in the middle east someone in the U.K.
>> would like to make
>> ** Secure ** telephone calls to arrange evacuation of persons who
>> would be a very likely target for hostage takers.
>> What would experts suggest using out of these various alternatives
>> available to them? A direct BT line, The 18185 indirect secondary
>> service on that BT line, the internet voip connection service, 'Voip
>> Stunt' and an Asda 'pay as you go' mobile connection.
>> Security and privacy of conversation without any remaining local
>> government or security services listening in would be more important
>> than cost.
> I would imagine that a satellite phone would be fairly secure. At least
> from the local authorities out there.
But getting caught with one will get you a prison sentence...
"Any number under six"
The answer given by Englishman Richard Peeke when asked by the Duke of
Medina Sidonia how many Spanish sword and buckler men he could beat
single handed with a quarterstaff.