(or as Snowden demonstrated, put in a fridge to avoid scrutiny and audio capture the best idea. non-serial tower associations are an anomaly alerted and acted upon.)
Is there reliable evidence that putting mobiles in a fridge is any better illusory comsec than putting pillows around the door also comically exhibited to clueless journalists favored by Showman Snowden? Or at least as tall-taled by comical Glenn. Or for that matter, Ed's laughable assurance that "encryption works." Recently touted on cue by the great corporations and NYT today as a public deluding pretense of privacy and comsec crafted by exculpability lawyers now as in the past. 1990s crypto disinfo marketing has returned with a gush. Clap loudly for "Reset the Net" sponsored by the ever duplicitous corporations uninterruptedly cooperating with the uninterrupted spies. Clap for the uninterrrupted displeasure of the spies at the corporations uninterrupted resistance. Clap for the NYT uniterruptedly reporting this as dramatic news "in response to the Snowden revelations." Meanwhile NYT, Guardian, WaPo, Greenwald, Poitras and a slew of accomplices continue to withhold 97% of the alleged Snowden wad "to avoid harm to the nation" as well as to avoid harm to the spy business of all nations. Non-interruptous coitus of the public abounds by the comsec industry.