Oh, that article!
FTFA: "A federal appeals court is rejecting an appeal from a bank-fraud defendant who has been ordered to decrypt her laptop so its contents can be used in her criminal case."
"The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, however, sided with the governmentâ(TM)s contention that an appeal was not ripe"
"The appellate court wrote Wednesday that it lacks âoejurisdiction to consider the resulting proceeding under any exception to our usual finality rules.â"
"If she does not decrypt the drive by monthâ(TM)s end, as ordered, she could be held in contempt and jailed until she complies."
Is this Fark?
This is terrific. I hope to see 'FreeStar' repeaters soon.
I hear the chocolate ration will increase.
I notice you spouted your bullshit anonymously, coward.
With my cane.
Tube type equipment like some of the crustier hams collect is resistant to EMP. My station on the other hand will be reduced to a pile of ash.
Interference generated anywhere in the world at high frequencies can interfere with communications anywhere else in the world.
"For a wire to not be an efficient RF radiator, typically it has to be 1/4 wavelength or longer. "
Please don't tell that to my half wave dipole or full wave loop, you'll give them a complex.
It's almost as if you're speaking out of your ass...
Did you mean incandescent?
Wow, you're a trolling idiot. I'm responding to this as I watch watch two amateurs converse using Olivia on 30 meters and a few KC away is some MFSK. Later this evening, I'll drop down on 75 meters and check into the RTTY net. Earlier this afternoon, I spent an hour on 20 working PSK 31. Last night I did a little meteor scatter using JT6M. Who do you think develops digital modes? Who do you think actually has the equipment and know how to use them and understands propagation? The radio spectrum is a natural resource to be managed for the benefit of everyone.