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Re: [tor-talk] Historically speaking, what was the U.S. navy /military

> old at that point.)  We had a picture where the ordering
> information went over the Web from the Pentagon to Domino's and was
> routed by an enemy (Iraq at the time of the putative pizza channel
> concern). I remember a point I would make during presentations was
> that the enemy could see the number of orders made by people at the

That's a nice anecdote.  Thanks :)


On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 9:55 PM, Alexandre Guillioud
<guillioud.alexandre@xxxxxxxxx> 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.

Paul: I had heard this story as well.  Can you confirm/refute it?

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