>       And this says nothing at all about the need for tactical
> military wiretaps on GSM systems under battlefield conditions when
> soldiers lives may depend on determining what the enemy is saying over
> cellphones used to direct attacks against friendly forces.

Or when innocent civilians need secure wireless infrastructures, to be
able to coordinate to avoid murderous US military forces.  See, for


which I found via SF writer James P. Hogan's blog:


Prudent citizens should now know that before stepping into the street
to hail a taxi, they should use a secure phone to determine whether
any American tanks are in the area.  But beware of American
direction-finding equipment -- make those calls short!


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