Free communication is something that we would not expect to be “good” or up to today’s standards. But is our standard too high? Do we expect to pay to communicate with each other? Well I did too, until now.
Anonymous, claims to have a way to do just that. According to a May article on the Register the group has started a project to marry ham radio with computers in effort to allow people to communicate wirelessly, using radio waves over long distances. OK, we’ve done that before. But not in an encrypted fashion and at a low cost.
The method of encryption is called the Lulzpacket. This could be a game changer and begs the question; why do we just accept the communication methods we are sold?
So let this be the first of many attempts for us to freely speak and not conform to the methods prescribed by our governments.