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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Wednesday July 17, 2002
08:03 PM

The ear-having walls

[ #6436 ]
Dear Log,

In the olde dayse of audio surveillance, a popular signal for "I think the place might be bugged, so let's not talk here" was a sort of index-finger-twirling gesture pointing up -- alluding to how light fixtures are such convenient places to put bugs. Nowadays, I wonder what the corresponding way is to express, in email or chat (etc), that one suspects that the communications channel is notably insecure, and so discussion should continue later, via a more secure channel.

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