"...and anything else that might too easily encode Axis intelligence."

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"...and anything else that might too easily encode Axis intelligence." - everywhere. By the end of the war, censors had...
everywhere. By the end of the war, censors had either prohibited or tampered with flower deliveries, commercial-radio commercial-radio commercial-radio song requests, broadcast weather reports, postal chess games, children's drawings on their way to grandma, knitting instructions and - It is in the numbers that hackers and spooks have looked for places to hide still more information. anything else that might too easily encode Axis intelligence. At one point,

Clipped from The Sydney Morning Herald17 Mar 2001, SatPage 218

The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)17 Mar 2001, SatPage 218
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  • "...and anything else that might too easily encode Axis intelligence."

    tarayagal – 16 Nov 2017

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