Open Sources: Of Spies, Sedition, and Ham Radio

Posted: March 7, 2018 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

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The Federalist: Did Fusion GPS’ Anti-Trump Researcher Avoid Surveillance With Ham Radio?

Steemit: Why did Nellie Ohr apply for a ham radio license one month after being contracted by Fusion GPS?

The American Spectator: Nellie Ohr: Woman in the Middle

This should drive home a few points, most important being that communications through means you have complete control over have advantages. The second is that thinking outside of the box, reverting to old, open-source tech can be a challenge to those accustomed to tracking through conventional options.

While we don’t have the details of exactly what she was doing, and likely never will, the takeaways is that someone advised her to get off the internet. I would not be surprised if they had set up a simplex VHF packet network to pass files. Nothing a thrift store or craigslist netbook, baofeng, and signalink can’t be capable of. Include some type…

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