Re: crypto comm


Donald Lambert <banjodhl@...>
 

Don;

Got that right....

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On Sunday, November 10, 2019, 2:56:25 PM PST, Don Curtis <don.curtis@...> wrote:


You don't like it, get your city/county/state/federal lawmakers to enact a law prohibiting encryption. 

If enough voters think like you, should be a piece of cake.

Until then, you will have live with it.

Just like I have to live with not being allowed to use amateur radio equipment without a license even though the airwaves belong to the public. 


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