[ExI] internet privacy

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 14:03:17 UTC 2014

The Germans and the Japanese found out that you could not decode a language
- namely Navaho.

So why try to encrypt net traffic so that people can't read it?  Any code
can be broken by supercomputers, right?

Then why not create a language and use that?  I know there's probably a
very simple answer to this, but this nontechie doesn't know it.  Please
forgive if this is a 'duh' question.

bill w
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