"All GCHQ systems are linked together on the largest local area network in
Europe - which is connected to other sites around the world via one of the
largest wide area networks on earth."
Do we assume they're using a medium other than the internet for this? Or
could the sniffer be sniffed?
On Sat, 15 Sep 2001, David Golden wrote:
> Ireland has, according to http://cryptome.org and the Phoenix :-),
> been actively involved in Echelon for over a year.
> see http://220.127.116.11/echelon-ie.htm>> There's rumoured to be a listening stations in Cork and Dublin.
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