Hitler Finds Out That The NSA Isn’t Listening To Him

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7 Responses to Hitler Finds Out That The NSA Isn’t Listening To Him

  1. Douglas Hoyt says:

    If you read The Codebreakers by David Kahn, you will find out that NSA records the content of all calls from and to foreign countries and they have been doing so since the 1960s or earlier. They pass the calls through an algorithm that searches for certain key words and then if the algorithm detects something of possible interest, a real person will listen to the call.

    I once interviewed with NSA and when I told them that I was good at breaking codes, the interview was terminated.

    • Raindog says:

      You have experiencing breaking encryption algorithms? If you said “I’m good at breaking codes” you probably just sounded dumb to them…

  2. Douglas Hoyt says:

    NSA had a secrecy policy and people that they hired at that time were not supposed to know that NSA was in the code breaking and making business. I learned that after the interview.

    The Puzzle Palace is also worth a look.

  3. There Is No Substitute for Victory says:

    In the 1960s if you lived close enough to NSA Headquarters and your lawn mower or car wasn’t running right, NSA came out and fixed it for you… free. Back then most of the long distance phone traffic was either radio or microwave based, and a arching electric current played heck with reception.

  4. R. de Haan says:

    Don’t tell the State you’re good at anything, better tell them nothing.

    • Ben says:

      “Swear allegiance to the flag
      Whatever flag they offer
      Never hint at what you really feel
      Teach the children quietly
      For some day sons and daughters
      Will rise up and fight while we stood still” – Silent Running

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