[tor-talk] Historically speaking, what was the U.S. navy /military
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Wed Jul 29 14:02:28 UTC 2015
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> On Jul 29, 2015, at 9:55 AM, Alexandre Guillioud <guillioud.alexandre at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had heard that the original use case were to protect their (US navy)
> ships against command center localisation through RF harvesting. The onion
> routing of the admiral commands through a few boats means enemmies can't
> detect which on is giving orders.
> 2015-07-29 14:32 GMT+02:00 Virgil Griffith <i at virgil.gr>:
>> intending to use Tor for?
>> I know the classic story of US intelligence agents wanting to phone home
>> from Beijing hotels without Chinese intelligence knowing they were phoning
>> home as a partial motivation for open-sourcing Tor.
>> But what was the Navy/military originally hoping to use Tor-related
>> protocols for? It's unclear to me what their historical motivations were.
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