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[liberationtech] Fwd: Firefox OS with built in support for OpenPGP encryption

Matt Johnson railmeat at gmail.com
Fri Sep 13 10:19:40 PDT 2013


I would assume the quality of the voice calls would be pretty bad
through this kind of setup. How did that work for you?

--
Matt Johnson



On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Nathan of Guardian
<nathan at guardianproject.info> wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Hash: SHA1
>
> On 09/13/2013 05:56 AM, Michael Rogers wrote:
>> The Samsung Galaxy Player (Samsung Galaxy S WiFi in some countries)
>> is essentially an Android phone without a baseband. I believe you
>> can run CyanogenMod on it.
>
> So is the Nexus 7 (non-GSM/LTE) version for that matter, though a
> little big.
>
> I've talked about this before, but the use of a "MiFi" portable
> network device providing wifi to a tablet/phablet running VoIP
> software on a clean ROM, provides the best of all worlds - telephony,
> portability and security.
>
> I lived life this way for awhile in New York, using combining the Mifi
> with known open hotspots in my general daily commute. It worked very
> well. I know many others, including some on the Guardian Project team,
> do this as well, as daily practice.
>
> You also can generally get 3 tablet devices for the private of 1
> smartphone, so you can dispose of them and/or distribute them more widely!
>
> +n
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> Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)
> Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/
>
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